Two British judges step down from Hong Kong’s top court

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The governments of China and Hong Kong have accused Britain of pressuring two prominent judges to step down from their roles in the territory.
The British judges served on Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal.
But they say restrictions on free speech and civil liberties have made their role untenable.
Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports.

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