Yuan Yi Zhu

British judges are right to cut ties with Hong Kong

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The resignations of Lords Reed and Hodge from Hong Kong’s highest court is not much of a surprise, except perhaps to those who did not realise that serving British judges still administered justice in the territory. Their decision to quit follows soon after the Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, decided to withdraw government support for the continued presence of serving British judges in Hong Kong.

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