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Foreign Affairs Committee: New evidence session on The UK's relations with Hong Kong
The Foreign Affairs Committee will hold a second evidence session for the Committee’s inquiry into the UK’s relations with Hong Kong: 30 years after the Joint Declaration. It follows a one-off session held on 16 July 2014 with Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigners Martin Lee and Anson Chan, and an evidence session in November with Lord Patten of Barnes and two academic witnesses focusing on political and constitutional matters.
The first panel today will allow the Committee to question Duncan Innes-Ker of the Economist Intelligence Unit and Dr Tim Pringle of SOAS.
In the second panel the Committee will hear from Jonathan Fenby, CBE, Managing Director of the China team at Trusted Sources and Editor of the South China Morning Post from 1995 to 2000.
Tuesday 2 December 2014
The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
- Duncan Innes-Ker, Senior Editor/Economist, Economist Intelligence Unit
- Dr Tim Pringle, Senior Lecturer in Labour, Social Movements and Development, School of African and Oriental Studies
- Jonathan Fenby, CBE, Managing Director of China team at Trusted Sources and Editor of South China Morning Post, 1995–2000