Hong Kong’s leader on Wednesday cautioned against politicising the city’s legal aid system, warning of the potential damage to its credibility amid mounting allegations that it had been abused by protesters.But Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor also conceded a review of the publicly funded Legal Aid Department may be necessary, saying that the body should change with the times.Speaking at a ceremony marking the department’s 50th anniversary, Lam said polarisation in society had…


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