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China has betrayed Hong Kong so West should stop fooling itself, former Hong Kong governor says

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China has betrayed Hong Kong so West should stop fooling itself, former Hong Kong governor saysChina has betrayed the people of Hong Kong so the West should stop kowtowing to Beijing for an illusory great pot of gold, said Chris Patten, the last governor of the former British colony.
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