Boris Johnson on Wednesday said the UK would not walk away from the people in Hong Kong. This comes as China is trying to impose a national security law which conflicts with Beijing’s international obligations under a 1984 accord.
China’s parliament approved a decision last week that would create laws for Hong Kong; the Chinese said this was to curb sedition, secession, terrorism and foreign interference. There are worries that intelligence agents and security from the mainland are now station in Hong Kong for the first time.
- Downing Street planning to delaying the implementation of the Internal Market Bill till December.
- New migration agreement is needed as many in the EU regard the Dublin agreement as obsolete.
- EU launch another public threat towards the UK, while pushing their failed level playing field card once again.
- French are furious as pressure on Boris to drop the Internal Market Bill fails. Boris defiantly ploughs on.
- Viktor Orban criticises EU’s new plan to stop illegal migration.