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Hong Kong Visas: The Home Office have reportedly confirmed that the UK will extend visa rights for all Hong Kong British national (overseas) passport holders, providing China continues to impose repressive security laws on the former British colony

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42% of Britons support giving British National (Overseas) passport holders from Hong Kong greater rights to come and live in Britain

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24% oppose it, while 34% don’t know

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Do you support allowing groups of up to six to meet outside?

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Easing Lockdown: Groups of up to six people from different households will be able to meet outside in England from Monday, Boris Johnson announced last night - and Brits are in support of the decision

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Two thirds (66%) say they support it, compared to 27% who oppose it

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65+ year olds (71%) are much more likely than 18-24 year olds (51%) to be in support of the decision

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Who has handled the pandemic better - England or Scotland?

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England & Scotland: Scotland did not make major changes to restrictions when they were introduced in England earlier this month, and there have been some key differences in the approach taken towards testing on either side of the border - so which of the two countries have handled the outbreak better?

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44% of Brits say Scotland have handled it better, compared to only 14% who say England have

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25% say there has been no difference in how the countries have handled the pandemic

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Perhaps unsurprisingly, Scots (68%) are the most likely group to say Scotland have handled the pandemic better than England

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YouGov Daily

Friday, 29 May

Britons support offering Hong Kongers greater visa rights to live and work in Britain

Welcome to YouGov Daily, where we bring you new data every day on health, politics, entertainment, and other topical issues

Hong Kong Visas: The Home Office have reportedly confirmed that the UK will extend visa rights for all Hong Kong British national (overseas) passport holders, providing China continues to impose repressive security laws on the former British colony

42% of Britons support giving British National (Overseas) passport holders from Hong Kong greater rights to come and live in Britain

24% oppose it, while 34% don’t know

Do you support allowing groups of up to six to meet outside?

Easing Lockdown: Groups of up to six people from different households will be able to meet outside in England from Monday, Boris Johnson announced last night - and Brits are in support of the decision

Two thirds (66%) say they support it, compared to 27% who oppose it

65+ year olds (71%) are much more likely than 18-24 year olds (51%) to be in support of the decision

Who has handled the pandemic better - England or Scotland?

England & Scotland: Scotland did not make major changes to restrictions when they were introduced in England earlier this month, and there have been some key differences in the approach taken towards testing on either side of the border - so which of the two countries have handled the outbreak better?

44% of Brits say Scotland have handled it better, compared to only 14% who say England have

25% say there has been no difference in how the countries have handled the pandemic

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Scots (68%) are the most likely group to say Scotland have handled the pandemic better than England

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