Hong Kong court allows lawmakers to take office

Hong Kong’s government has failed to block two pro-independence lawmakers from taking their oaths in a last-ditch legal challenge. Judge Thomas Au of the High Court rejected a request for their swearing-in to be delayed for a judicial review. Yau Wai-ching …
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