Britain’s shadow minister for Asia Stephen Kinnock has criticised Boris Johnson’s government’s roll-out of a visa scheme for Hongkongers with British National (Overseas) passports as “slow” and “inefficient”, six months after the application process officially opened.
Kinnock said it was “extraordinary” that “only 20 per cent” of applications had been processed in the first quarter.
“I worry about the 80 per cent who put in applications and are waiting to hear from the Home Office. But I’m sure that the authorities in Hong Kong are very aware of the fact that they’ve done this, and that worries me,” the Welsh Labour Party member of Parliament said.
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