Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong turn to Christmas carols to keep their campaign going. Paul Chapman reports.
The latest weapon in the armoury of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters - Christmas carols. After the clearance of their two main protest camps they're taking to the streets to continue their campaign another way. About 200 walked through the streets, the festive lyrics altered to an attack on the government and police. Organisers say they're planning similar gatherings in the weeks to come. On the same day police said they were going to clear the last remaining pro-democracy protest camp on Monday. Senior officers warned anyone who refused to leave or tried to stop the clearance of the camp in Causeway Bay would face arrest.