U.K. Supreme Court president Lord Robert Reed and his colleague Lord Patrick Hodge have resigned from the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (HKCFA) over the threat to civil freedoms posed by the national security law imposed by Beijing on Hong Kong.

The judges, the last two British judges serving on Hong Kong’s highest court, described their positions as having become “increasingly finely balanced”.

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