HK emigrants face cold winter, inflation and shortages in UK
During the spring and summer, tens of thousands of Hong Kong people moved to Britain, excited to start a new life away from the National Security Law and "patriotic education".
But, as the days get shorter, they find themselves facing a cold winter of shortages and rising prices for food and energy.
Since Britain allowed holders here of British National Overseas (BNO) passports to emigrate, more than 47,000 have had their applications approved. Most are families with children of school age.
A recent survey by Hongkongers in Britain found that 88 per cent of the migrants had a degree of undergraduate or master's level and 69.4 per cent felt financially secure through selling or renting out property here. ...