Hong Kong police used disproportionate force in “practically every” anti-government protest from mid-June last year and made poor decisions in handling them, according to an overseas expert who withdrew from a review of police’s handling of the demonstrations. Professor Clifford Stott, who was on the international expert panel advising the Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC) before all of its members resigned last year over concerns about its limited powers, has doubled down on his…