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The UK cannot just "gulp and move on" over Hong Kong protests, Jeremy Hunt has said as he refused to rule out sanctions or expelling diplomats. 

The Foreign Secretary said he should not have to "ever spell out what would happen" and that "strategic responsibility" was required. 

His come after China's ambassador to the UK accused Britain of interfering over Hong Kong with a "colonial mindset" in a move that threatened to spark a major diplomatic crisis.

Mr Hunt has been plunged into the heart of the crisis at an awkward time during the Conservative Party leadership contest. The row is also unlikely to smooth current disagreements about Huawei, and may dampen hopes of the UK benefiting from increased...

The UK cannot just "gulp and move on" over Hong Kong protests, Jeremy Hunt has said as he refused to rule out sanctions or expelling diplomats. 

The Foreign Secretary said he should not have to "ever spell out what would happen" and that "strategic responsibility" was required. 

His come after China's ambassador to the UK accused Britain of interfering over Hong Kong with a "colonial mindset" in a move that threatened to spark a major diplomatic crisis.

Mr Hunt has been plunged into the heart of the crisis at an awkward time during the Conservative Party leadership contest. The row is also unlikely to smooth current disagreements about Huawei, and may dampen hopes of the UK benefiting from increased...

The UK cannot just "gulp and move on" over Hong Kong protests, Jeremy Hunt has said as he refused to rule out sanctions or expelling diplomats. 

The Foreign Secretary said he should not have to "ever spell out what would happen" and that "strategic responsibility" was required. 

His come after China's ambassador to the UK accused Britain of interfering over Hong Kong with a "colonial mindset" in a move that threatened to spark a major diplomatic crisis.

Mr Hunt has been plunged into the heart of the crisis at an awkward time during the Conservative Party leadership contest. The row is also unlikely to smooth current disagreements about Huawei, and may dampen hopes of the UK benefiting from increased...

The UK cannot just "gulp and move on" over Hong Kong protests, Jeremy Hunt has said as he refused to rule out sanctions or expelling diplomats. 

The Foreign Secretary said he should not have to "ever spell out what would happen" and that "strategic responsibility" was required. 

His come after China's ambassador to the UK accused Britain of interfering over Hong Kong with a "colonial mindset" in a move that threatened to spark a major diplomatic crisis.

Mr Hunt has been plunged into the heart of the crisis at an awkward time during the Conservative Party leadership contest. The row is also unlikely to smooth current disagreements about Huawei, and may dampen hopes of the UK benefiting from increased...