UK PM Boris Johnson Offer Visa Relaxation To Hong Kong

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the United Kingdom will consider revisions in its immigration rules, giving more Hong Kong residents a path to residency and citizenship, amid China’s plan to impose a new national security law in the city. “If China imposes its national security law, the British government will change our immigration rules,” Johnson wrote in an opinion piece published in the South China Morning Post on Wednesday. He said imposing the national security law “would be in direct conflict with (China’s) obligations under the Joint…

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UK PM Backs Cummings Decisions Amidst Critics

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has defended the actions of his chief adviser Dominic Cummings, who has faced growing calls to resign for allegedly breaching national coronavirus lockdown regulations. Johnson addressed a government news conference on Sunday amid growing pressure to remove Cummings, who has defended his decision to drive 250 miles (400 kilometres) from London to his parents’ home in Durham, in northeast England, with his wife and son as he was coming down with COVID-19 symptoms at the end of March. READ ALSO: https://theemage.com/nigerias-electric-power-failures-paul-ugbede-godwin/ “I believe that in…

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WW II Veteran To Be Knighted After Raising $40 Million For Charity

Hundred-year-old British World War II veteran Captain Tom Moore is to be knighted after raising nearly $40 million for healthcare charities, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling him a “beacon of light” during the coronavirus pandemic. The knighthood, which brings with it the title of “Sir”, will be formally issued by Queen Elizabeth II. Moore set himself the goal of walking 100 laps of his garden before his 100th birthday in April. READ ALSO: https://theemage.com/former-football-star-to-build-mosque-in-spain/ He was hoping to raise £1,000 ($1,200) for National Health Service charities as a thank…

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