A former opposition lawmaker charged with taking part in an unauthorised rally last summer in Hong Kong has been remanded in custody once more after officers from the police force’s national security unit found he failed to surrender his British passport as ordered by a magistrate.West Kowloon Court on Friday revoked Wu Chi-wai’s bail, as police accused the 58-year-old of failing to abide by the conditions of his temporary release after he was arrested over alleged subversion under the national…


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