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Chief Executive has not answered my questions over UGL saga, says academic Listen
The Chief Executive, CY Leung, says he's largely answered the questions raised by a University of Hong Kong legal scholar, Eric Cheung, on his UGL deal. Cheung's questions include whether Leung declared the agreement to the Executive Council, and if he provided services to the firm while in office. Leung argued that the academic "clearly didn't try to understand" the explanations he gave in late 2014, soon after the deal came to light. But Cheung tells Jim Gould that Leung has not answered his questions at all.
British prime minister holds security meeting after bomb attack Listen
A suicide bomber has killed at least 22 people, some of them children, at a pop concert in the British city of Manchester. About 60 others were wounded - some with life-threatening injuries. The police chief in Greater Manchester says the attacker also died, after detonating his device in the foyer of the Manchester Arena, at the end of a concert by the American singer Ariana Grande. RTHK's London correspondent, Peter Anderson, says the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, chaired a meeting of the government's top security committee. He tells Annemarie Evans that she later spoke about the terrible and traumatic scenes that followed the attack.
Park Guen-hye goes on trial Listen
The former president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye, has denied allegations of bribery and leaking government secrets at the start of her criminal trial. Park, and her confidante, Chweh Soon-shil, the two central figures in a corruption scandal, did not acknowledge each other in court. If convicted, the ousted president could be jailed for life. The trial has been adjourned until Thursday. RTHK's Seoul correspondent, Frank Smith, tells Annemarie Evans what was learned from the first day of the trial.