Hong Kong’s domestic workers march through city to call for 27.6pc wage increase, as concerns mount over recent deaths

Hundreds of foreign domestic workers marched through Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon to demand a 27.6 per cent pay rise and an end to slave-like conditions. About 600 turned out despite the less than favourable weather for the 1km procession from Exchange …
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