Seven previous UK outside secretaries have encouraged Boris Johnson to shape a worldwide partnership to co-ordinate the reaction to the China-Hong Kong emergency.

China is confronting mounting analysis over an arranged security law for Hong Kong which would make it a wrongdoing to sabotage Beijing’s power.

Remote Secretary Dominic Raab said the UK would not choose not to see.

Hong Kong was given back to China from British control in 1997 yet under a special understanding.

The previous British settlement appreciates a few opportunities not found in territory China – and these are set out in a scaled down constitution called the Basic Law.

Yet, there are fears the proposed law, which has started dissents in Hong Kong, could bargain a portion of the opportunities ensured by the Basic Law.

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In their letter to the head administrator, the cross-party gathering of previous bureau clergymen says the UK government must be believed to lead the worldwide reaction, the same number of nations submit their general direction to Britain over its previous province.

Jeremy Hunt, David Miliband, Jack Straw, William Hague, Malcolm Rifkind, David Owen and Margaret Beckett all communicated their anxiety at what they call China’s “blatant break” of Sino-British understandings by forcing intense national security laws on Hong Kong.

They asked Mr Johnson to set up a “global contact gathering” of partners to facilitate any joint activity, like that set up in 1994 to attempt to end the contention in the previous Yugoslavia.

A Downing Street representative demanded the legislature was at that point assuming a main job with global accomplices in asking China to reconsider.

Mr Raab said the new security enactment “plainly disregards” the independence that is ensured under Chinese law just as that in the 1997 understanding.

He affirmed the UK will permit the individuals who hold British National (Overseas) (BNO) international IDs to go to the UK and apply to read and work for an extendable year time span.

This will thusly “give a way to citizenship”, he told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday.

BNO visas were conceded to Hong residents conceived before the Chinese handover in 1997 and keeping in mind that they permit the holder some insurance from the UK remote help they don’t give the option to live or work in Britain.

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Mr Raab said up to 3,000,000 individuals enrolled as a British national (abroad) in Hong Kong could be qualified for UK citizenship if China presses ahead with the law.

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