Speaking outside his home, Mr Benn insisted he had not been silenced by Mr Corbyn. Speaking about the reshuffle, which saw Michael Dugher and Mr McFadden sacked for disloyalty, Mr Reynolds wrote: "I understand your need for a greater degree of discipline on the frontbench and therefore believe it would be more appropriate to advocate these causes as a backbencher".
Wang Yi, China's Foreign Minister who appeared with Hammond, said that Lee was "first and foremost" a Chinese citizen and "it was not necessary for anyone to make groundless speculations". British officials are pressing the Chinese government for answers about Hong Kong booksellers who have recently vanished. As indicated in the phone record , the call was made from Shenzhen and his wife later found out that Lee's "homecoming card" - a travel document for entering mainland China was ...
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The disappearance, the latest of a total of five people apparently linked to the bookshop, led to protests on the streets of Hong Kong . Anson Chan, who was the territory's chief bureaucrat immediately after the handover from British rule, said Hong Kong people were already feeling increasingly vulnerable, as they had seen a "steady erosion" of the rights that were guaranteed at the time of that handover.
The Chinese government has demanded that Gauthier, who has been Beijing correspondent of L'Obs magazine for the past six years, issue a public apology for an article published last month on its anti-terror policies in the western province of Xinjiang , home to the mainly Muslim Uighurs some of whom complain of discrimination against their culture and religion.
Beijing said Ursula Gauthier's article about unrest in Xinjiang supported "terrorism and cruel acts", which killed several civilians. Ursula Gauthier , the magazine's Beijing correspondent , needs to leave China by 31 December after authorities refused to renew her visa.