保守黨人權委員會主席國會議員Fiona Bruce十月十八日再次提出香港自由受侵蝕的問題，這次是問首相文翠珊：「最近英國國民Ben Rogers被拒進入香港，昨日在這議會中，大家，包括眾部長，都表示好關注此事對香港一國兩制原則的影響，未知首相是否同樣關注？首相會否確認政府將與香港及中國當局交涉，確保一國兩制民主自由的原則得到尊重保存？」
首相答道：「Bruce議員講得完全正確，我們要確保一國兩制原則得到保持，繼續運作，關於Bruce議員提出的具體個案及具體問題，外相（Boris Johnson) 告知我，外交部已在各層面，向香港及中國提出這個問題，我們會繼續這樣做。」據文政網，Benedict Rogers認為此事關乎香港的自由自治，而非獨關於Rogers自己，故此，Rogers樂見此事能在最高層面繼續提出。
Fiona Bruce MP, Chair of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission, raised the erosion of freedoms in Hong Kong again today, this time in Prime Minister’s Questions. She asked the Prime Minister: “Does the Prime Minister share the great concerns that were expressed in this House yesterday, including by Ministers, about the implications for the one country, two systems principle in Hong Kong of the recent refusal of the authorities there to allow Ben Rogers, a UK national, entry?
Will the Prime Minister confirm that the Government will work with the Hong Kong and Chinese authorities to ensure that the democratic freedoms in the one country, two systems principle are honoured and preserved?” The Prime Minister replied: “My hon. Friend is absolutely right that we want to ensure that the principle of one country and two systems is preserved and continues to operate. On the specific case and the specific issue that she has raised, my right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary informs me that the Foreign Office has raised this issue at various levels in relation to Hong Kong and China, and we will continue to do so.” This is about Hong Kong and its freedoms and autonomy, not about me, and so I am delighted that this continues to be raised at the very highest levels. (cf. Hong Kong Cultural and Political Forum).