Hong Kong challenges to co-location law will not force Beijing’s hand, says member of China’s top legislative body

Hong Kong’s sole member of the nation’s top legislative body on Friday dismissed concerns that Beijing would act against mounting legal challenges to legislation allowing mainland laws to be enforced at a rail terminus in the city. The remarks by Tam …
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