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“Backed by over £43 million, the Hong Kong British Nationals (Overseas) Integration Programme will help status holders access housing, work and educational support to ensure they are able to quickly integrate and contribute to their newfound communities,” the UK Home Office said in a statement.That changed last year, after Beijing’s imposition of a national security law on Hong Kong, which banned secession, subversion and collusion with foreign forces. The law has already had a major effect on the city’s political life, with almost every prominent opposition politician currently facing subversion charges, and widespread self-censorship.Both moves were met with widespread international criticism, particularly from the UK, which argued the laws breached an agreement governing Hong Kong’s 1997 handover. In turn, Beijing has accused London of acting illegally by providing a pathway to citizenship for Hong Kongers under the BN(O) scheme.Speaking earlier this year, Chinese foreign affairs ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian accused the UK of disregarding the fact “it has been 24 years since Hong Kong returned to the motherland” and violating promises made at the time of handover.He said the BN(O) plan “seriously violates China’s sovereignty, grossly interferes in Hong Kong affairs and China’s internal affairs, and seriously violates international law and basic norms of international relations.””It’s an unprecedented and generous scheme and there is no other visa in the world of this nature,” she added. “We are working hard to successfully resettle people here and recognize there is nothing more difficult than leaving your home to rebuild a life in a new country.”Most of the money will go to councils in England “to provide targeted support for new arrivals,” including English language lessons and help with housing for those who need it. Some £5 million will be used to establish “12 virtual welcome hubs” across the UK, to aid Hong Kongers in matters such as applying for schools, registering with GPs or setting up businesses.”The fact that I am wanted under the National Security Law shows that I am exposed to severe political persecution and am unlikely to return to Hong Kong without risk,” Law said on Twitter. “My situation, however, may not apply to all Hong Kong asylum seekers. Some may not have enough evidence to substantiate their claims due to lack of media reports or fleeing before the persecution. Fears over their claims being denied, most of them live in distress and anxiety.”

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