Hong Kong was caught up in worrying new fallout on the eve of an illegal protest march against the government in Yuen Long after the city’s No 2 official angered the embattled police force by publicly apologising for its failure to stop a violent mob rampage in the northern town last Sunday.Stunned police associations were outraged on Friday that they had not been consulted in advance about Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung’s unexpected apology, which they themselves had refused to make,…



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