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Boris Johnson says 3m people in Hong Kong will get path to British citizenship

Boris Johnson says 3m people in Hong Kong will get path to British citizenship

Boris Johnson is ready to open the door to nearly three million Hong Kong citizens if China imposes a new security law that critics say would rob the territory of its autonomy. The Prime Minister, writing in The Times, has offered to make what he says would be one of the "biggest changes" in the history of the British visa system to allow 2.85 million Hong Kong citizens the chance of fully-fledged citizenship. The move, which represents a dramatic escalation in the stand-off between the UK and China, would put Hongkongers "on the route to citizenship", said the Conservative Party leader....

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Coronavirus quarantine: All UK arrivals 'will have to self-isolate for 14 days' 

Coronavirus quarantine: All UK arrivals 'will have to self-isolate for 14 days' 

All visitors to Britain will be ordered to isolate for 14 days in a bid to prevent a second wave of coronavirus, Boris Johnson is set to announce on Sunday.Travellers arriving in the UK will be required to fill in a digital form and declare an address where they will then be expected to self-isolate for 14 days, as revealed by .Visitors could face fines of up to £1,000 and even deportation if spot checks later find they have flouted the rules, which the report claimed could be introduce in June.Briefing reporters on Friday, Downing Street confirmed quarantining foreign visitors was being...

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Police compared to Stasi and Gestapo by judge as he rules they interfered in freedom of speech by investigating 'non crime' trans tweet

Police compared to Stasi and Gestapo by judge as he rules they interfered in freedom of speech by investigating 'non crime' trans tweet

Humberside Police unlawfully interfered with a man's right to freedom of expression by turning up at his place of work over his , the High Court has ruled.Former police officer Harry Miller, 54, who founded the campaign group Fair Cop, said the police's actions had a "substantial chilling effect" on his right to free speech.Mr Miller, who is from Lincolnshire, claims an officer told him that he had not committed a crime, but that his tweeting was being .The College of Policing's guidance defines a hate incident as "any non-crime incident which is perceived, by the victim or any other...

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