Notes from Underground: Last week's most popular stories and a question about Hong Kong
By Darren Atwater | Sunday 24 November 2019
This column is mostly about the most read articles and most listened-to Bearcasts of the week. But I have a question for you unrelated to that today: do you think that the governments of the world—especially the UK—have abandoned Hong Kong?
I saw a stat earlier today that Hong Kong was only the ninth easiest place to business in the world. (New Zealand? was number one.) But how easy is it to do business with the Red Army ready to invade.
Doesn't the UK owe something more robust to the citizens of Hong Kong in their struggle?
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