Hong Kong protests: Travel chaos on day of ‘city-wide strike’ – BBC News SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/xsXMP6qQv-w : Hong Kong’s leader has warned that the city is on “the verge of a very dangerous situation” after protesters blocked roads and paralysed train services during morning rush hour.
More than 14,000 people from 20 sectors vowed to join a city-wide strike on Monday, its organisers said.
Civil servants, who are ordered to be politically neutral, have reportedly agreed to take part.
At the airport, more than 200 flights were cancelled amid disruption fears.
The protests have now continued for nine consecutive weekends. After violent clashes on Saturday and Sunday, police again fired tear gas at protesters on Monday.