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A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme has the latest on the proposed new national security laws, with the public consultation period having ended on Christmas Eve.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme examines the latest developments in the controversy surrounding proposals for new anti-subversion laws.

A Week In Politics

The rancorous debate over plans to enact anti-subversion laws reaches the Legislative Council this week -- with the contrasting positions of the pro-democracy camp and the pro-Beijing camp brought

A Week In Politics

He is Hong Kong's best known democracy campaigner, both at home and abroad.

A Week In Politics

In tonight's programme, the administration is pressed to explain its attitude towards demonstrations outside its headquarters in the Central district, amid accusations that it's becoming

A Week In Politics

In tonight's programme, presenter Janine Graham talks to Secretary for Security, Regina Ip, about the the government's proposed anti-subversion legislation required under the SAR's &

A Week In Politics

Several years of economic troubles have resulted in a 65 per cent fall in SAR property prices since the handover in 1997.

A Week In Politics

Financial Secretary Antony Leung has begun meeting the political parties as part of preparations for the Budget next March.

A Week In Politics

The head of the Catholic Church in Hong Kong, Bishop Joseph Zen, speaks of a "crisis" affecting public confidence, resulting from the sluggish economy and proposed new anti-subversion law

A Week In Politics

The US Consul-General, James Keith, talks to "A Week In Politics".

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