London mayor issues message of support to Hong Kong migrants heading to Britain

London’s mayor on Thursday sent a message of support to Hong Kong people fleeing Beijing’s crackdown on opposition lawmakers and activists to seek a new life in the United Kingdom, saying his office will spend £900,000 pounds (US$1.2 million) to help new arrivals with housing, education and finding jobs.Mayor Sadiq Khan said London is expected to welcome the largest proportion of arrivals from Hong Kong to the UK this year, after Britain’s government introduced a new immigration pathway for…


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