Former governor writes to Carrie Lam after prominent British human rights activist refused entry by Chinese authorities

Hong Kong’s last governor, Chris Patten, has written to the city’s leader after she refused to confirm he would not be barred from the territory by Chinese authorities.

During a Friday morning radio appearance, which came two days after a prominent British human rights activist was denied entry to the former British colony, Hong Kong’s chief executive, Carrie Lam, was repeatedly asked if Patten might also be turned away.

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