Hong Kong’s new multi-platform tip line for suspected violations of the Beijing-imposed national security law received more than 10,000 messages in its first week in existence.A police spokesman told the Post that the tally, as of 8am on Thursday, equated to about 1,400 pieces of information per day delivered to the force’s new national security unit.A government source said while some messages to the line were repeated, others were constructive, adding it was impossible to draw conclusions…



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