Lib Dem leader vows to improve education

August 13, 1999

Charles Kennedy marked his victory in the Liberal Democrat leadership contest this week by hailing himself as champion of the socially and economically dispossessed. Mr Kennedy (Ross, Skye and Inverness West) promised to fight to improve the education and health services. He said:

"Our campaigning on the government's failure on health, education and much else will not let up."

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