Day 58 of the Umbrella Revolution/Movement in Hong Kong. (Monday 24 November 2014)
Police officers have asked protesters camped outside the British Consulate to relocate away from the entrance to the building.
A few protesters were forcibly removed by police officers after refusing to comply with a move on direction.
Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's Chief Secretary is set to start a two day visit to Beijing but will include political reform on the agenda.
A protesters by the name of 'Frenchman' has appeared in court today in relation to the charging of police lines outside the Legislative Council last week. He is also believed to be a member of the radical political party, Civic Passion.
Lawyers representing the plaintiffs of a High Court injunction authorising the clearance of Mongkok have posted a notice informing protesters that they have twenty four hours to leave.
Bailiffs with the assistance of police are expected to begin the clearance of barricades from Mongkok starting between 8am and 9am on November 25.
Reports have emerged describing the students that were recently denied entry into China as being a national security threat. Also the number of people arrested in mainland China for supporting the Hong Kong protests has reach one hundred and one with nearly half still being detained.
Verbal arguments have broken out in Mongkok between the various pro-democracy protest factions including People Power as some protesters have packed up their tents in preparation for tomorrow's clearance.
Hong Kong's Liberal Studies curriculum has also been widely criticised by pro-Beijing and anti-Occupy groups as a cause of the protests. Some claim that Liberal Studies instead of the traditional subjects such as Chinese history has resulted in a young generation of Hong Kongers not acknowledging their true heritage and losing its values.
Chow Tai Fook, a major jewelry retailer in Hong Kong has claimed that the protests have led to a fall in sales and a substantial drop in business revenue over last two months.
Protesters continue to occupy the streets as splits in the pro-democracy factions surface and legal clearances take place. Picture Source: WatchGirlInTown/Twitter