Oxford Chancellor and Former Tory Chairman Chris Patten on U.K. Elections

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Lord Christopher Patten has led a storied career, serving as leader of the British Conservative Party, the last governor of Hong Kong, chairman of the BBC Trust and now chancellor of Oxford University. As Britons head to the polls in Thursday's general election, we'll get Patten's thoughts on British politics and on the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong. BBC reporter Gary O'Donoghue will also join us for an update on the latest in the U.K. elections.


Lord Christopher Patten, chancellor of the University of Oxford, former chairman of the BBC Trust and last governor of Hong Kong 1992-97

Gary O'Donoghue, Washington correspondent and former chief political correspondent for the BBC