Gov. Patrick heading to London for trade mission
Sep. 16, 2014
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is spending the day zipping around London as part of his latest trade mission.
Patrick's crowded Tuesday schedule includes meetings with Deputy Prime Minister Nicholas Clegg and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne.
He's also planning to participate in a financial services round table, discuss partnership opportunities between Massachusetts and the United Kingdom, and make an announcement about to community college partnerships.
Patrick will also meet with London Mayor Boris Johnson.
The governor spent part of the weekend in Denmark, including a tour of the Lilligrund Wind Farm off the coast with business leaders in the offshore wind industry.
After visiting London, Patrick's European tour continues in France with stops in Paris and Lyon.
It's his fourth major trade mission this year.
The trip wraps up on Friday.