Hong Kong’s High Court denied bail to media tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying on Thursday, just over a week after the city’s top court ruled that a previous decision to let him await trial under house arrest stemmed from a judge’s erroneous interpretation of the national security law.The 73-year-old founder of the Next Digital media group and the tabloid-style Apple Daily newspaper has spent the last 68 days behind bars, and will remain in custody while he stands trial over his alleged involvement in…


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