Chinese diplomats leave Britain after an attack on demonstrators in Manchester

A picture of a side of the clash at the Chinese Consulate in Manchester
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A picture of a side of the clash at the Chinese Consulate in Manchester

China summoned 6 of its officials in Britain, including a prominent diplomat, two months after the attack on demonstrators in front of the Chinese consulate in Manchester.

And demanded that the British authorities suspend the right of diplomatic immunity to allow the police to investigate the attack.

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly expressed frustration that none of the six Chinese officials would face trial.

Among the group of Chinese officials was Consul General in Manchester Zeng Xuan, who denied beating a protester.

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