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a clue you in the flag was hung from the podium and I want X. symbol on the day that marks the twenty second anniversary on Khan's returned from British to Chinese control , less than twenty four hours later and in the sense of calm his food and on the city by Tuesday protesters were nowhere to be seen voices video Janice P. supplies that documented Monday night's chaos describes the incredible contrast to those events to the morning com , it was then that lose if he gas dealers across the area when I was off to protest is first into the Legislative Council police finally push the protesters away then at four AM chief executive Carrie lam funded the media to defend the government's handling of the escalating protests does not true to say that the government has not responded Beijing backs lamb is now clinging to her job and the unprecedented backlash against the bill is posing the greatest challenge to Chinese leader xi Ching paying since he took power , Chinese senses have been working hard to block can use of the protests in the mainland screens went black on the BBC and CNN when they reported on the protests , and Chinese state media said the protests were an undisguised challenge to China's agreements with Hong Kong meanwhile person is standing behind its former colony well of course we in the U. K. concerned find sixty Jeremy hunt warned of serious consequences the freedoms of Hong Kong's people aren't on it