Mr Michael Gove MP
49 Marsham Street
Friday 25th October 2019
Dear Mr Gove,
I am a year 6 student at Hammond Junior School in Lightwater,Surrey, which is part of your constituency in Surrey Heath. I am writing to you with regards to the terrible political crisis that is currently happening upon Hong Kong. I strongly believe that Britain should intervene however,China has the biggest army in the world and our relationship is larger than any other relationship in the world (the trade agreement).
Firstly,I am sure that you are aware but every single country should have their own system and freedom.Unfortunately ,that is not the case in Hong Kong .When the UK handed Honk Kong back to China they both made and agreed on the one country two system deal.Since June,there has been gatherings of people all over Hong Kong showing there anger and trying to gain back there democracy.The amount of protesters are unbelievable,numbers reaching up to 2 million people! Thats a quater of Hong Kong's population! All of this is because of China. They have vialated all of Hong Kong's rights. Bit by bit, China are taking away Hong Kong's freedom, rights and control so the 1 country 2 systems agreement has turned into 1 country 1 and a half systems.
Secondly, Hong Kong has been our priority for 150 years until we gave them back to China. Are we really going to give up on them now? Hong Kong are relying on us to get their freedom back to them and to do that we need to intervene. As your job is a MP all of this is mostly up to you and your colleques.To intervene in the Hong Kong crisis is no option.
To conclude,I think I have made it very clear that we should intervene with the Hong Kong crisis so that they can have the freedom that they deserve, I do hope that you will agree with me.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter,