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HONG KONG: The UK gov't confirms that if China presses ahead with imposing a new
security law on Hong Kong it will seek to extend an offer to allow 'British
Nationals (Overseas)' or 'BN(O)s' leave to remain in the UK for an extendable
period of 12 months.
- Yesterday the offer was made to BN(O) passport holders, of which the Home
Office records 349,881. Today this offer has been extended to all BN(O)s in Hong
Kong, whether passport holders or not, with this number totalling an estimated
- This offer would also apply to the dependents of BN(O)s, whether they have
BN(O) status or not.
- The Home Office says the national security law "...would curtail the Hong Kong
people's liberties, dramatically erode their autonomy, and violates the freedoms
set out in the UK-China Joint Declaration..."