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actually nobody wants to leave Hong Kong some some laying is one of a growing number of Hong Kong those who feel pressured to leave home because of growing Chinese influence that has sparked Vaast protests that the thing is he's got to British national overseas Paul support hung over from colonial rule it gives him the right to life in London though so he's here to try to change that I called them I born down so I don't want to go what's that's no way for me now Hong Kong returned to China in nineteen ninety seven and it's those like laying born in the British colony you have the piano Paul sports , union Jack flags had even floated the protests of late against an extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent to Chinese mainland quotes for trial , Lynn has come over with two of the activists who don't want to be found and movie flyover before Monday when the piano passport holders will hunt a petition to the UK government all day and hold a protest to coincide with the huge demo back home , British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt says Britain will stand by Hong Kong's one country two systems formula which gives it freedoms not enjoyed on the mainland that Lange fears are ever more frightened