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China 1) Our survey. 85 per cent of Party members support the Government's Hong Kong passport rights extension plan

1 month ago   |   By Conservative Home

Not only has the Government offered extended visa rights to 350,000 British National passport holders in Hong Kong - opening up “a pathway to future citizenship”...
...But the Home Office has said that this pledge will apply to anyone eligible to apply for a BNO passport currently living in Hong Kong, of which there are estimated to be about 2.9 million people.
Now, some figures. Annual gross migration to March last year was about 640,000. Were all those 350,000 Hong Kong BNO passport holders to arrive at once, that would represent a rise in annual gross migration, were the 640,000 figure...
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