Anthony Giddens; Philip Lader; Warren Hoge; London

Friday 11/21/1997

Anthony Giddens, director of the London School of Economics, discusses the impact of the Labour Party coming to power. Ambassador Philip Lader on his role in fostering the U.S.-U.K. relationship, amid the new government in the U.K. Warren Hoge, the London Bureau chief of the NY Times, on the events of the week in England, including the reopening of Windsor Castle five years after this favorite residence of the monarchs was burned down. Nicholas Rettie of the Metropolitan Hotel and Gordon Ramsay, owner and chef of the Aubergine restaurant, on the places to be and things to do in London.