A judge denied bail to a former opposition lawmaker charged with subversion under the national security law after learning that he had received repeated invitations from the United States consulate in the city asking him to meet up “for coffee”, Hong Kong’s judiciary has revealed.In four sets of judgment published by the judiciary on Thursday, High Court Judge Esther Toh Lye-ping explained her decisions last month to revoke bail previously granted to former Civic Party legislator Jeremy Tam Man…



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