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A Week In Politics

With the territory in the grip of the pneumonia crisis, the Chief Executive has announced new measures to control the spread of the disease.

A Week In Politics

As the United States launches missile strikes at targets around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, Hong Kong's Legislative Council stages a debate strongly critical the allies' military action.

A Week In Politics

Tonight's programme has the latest on the controversy surrounding the Financial Secretary, Antony Leung, who bought a luxury car in late January, only a few weeks before increasing vehicle reg

A Week In Politics

Financial Secretary Antony Leung has announced a series of tax increases in his annual budget to help tackle the expanding deficit -- forecast to reach HK$70bn. this year.

A Week In Politics

In a week taken up with high-profile government announcements, the National Security (Legislative Provisions) Bill goes before Legco for the first time.

A Week In Politics

To balance its books in the face of a record HK$70 billion deficit, the government has pledged to save HK$20 billion in the next four years.

A Week In Politics

In tonight's programme: the administration releases the text of the anti-subversion bill.

A Week In Politics

With just four weeks to go before the Financial Secretary unveils the 2003 budget, tonight's progamme examines the government's tax-raising options.

A Week In Politics

In tonight's programme: the media calls them "concessions"; officials call them "clarifications", and the critics say the changes don't go far enough.

A Week In Politics

As the HK government draws up plans to tackle the budget deficit, tonight's programme reports on the Liberal Party's proposals to impose a HK$500 tax on foreign domestic helpers.

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