The former US intelligence agent Edward Snowden is standing as a candidate in the election for Student Rector at Glasgow University.
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Wednesday 21 July 2004
Charles Kennedy yesterday demanded a public apology from Tony Blair as he said he was ashamed at the "litany of failings and political misjudgements" in the run-up to war.
Wednesday 14 July 2004
The Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy today said he was not surprised by Lord Butler's findings and called for a full public inquiry into the run-up to the Iraq war.
Wednesday 30 June 2004
Charles Kennedy launched a stinging attack yesterday on Tony Blair's pledge to bring more choice to the NHS. He said that it would be "meaningless" unless the capacity to treat patients was increased.
Saturday 12 June 2004
Charles Kennedy warned yesterday that "the tide is going out for Labour" after historic inroads were made into Tony Blair's urban heartlands, driving Labour into third place.
Tuesday 11 May 2004
Thursday 06 May 2004
Wednesday 31 March 2004
Charles Kennedy gave a frank account yesterday of the illness that led to him to miss the Budget earlier this month and admitted he was "surprised" that the "caustic reaction" in the media continued for as long as it did.
Sunday 28 March 2004
Mr Charles Kennedy has given his colleagues a promise to "improve his lifestyle". On television he amplified this, explaining that he did not intend to relinquish social drinking but, rather, to go on long walks, to "take to the hills", as he put it. Can you imagine any of Mr Kennedy's predecessors - say, David Lloyd George, H H Asquith or W E Gladstone - either being asked to make, or, more unlikely still, going on to make such a promise?
Thursday 25 March 2004
Charles Kennedy reassured MPs about the state of his health yesterday in an address to the parliamentary party in which he stressed he had recovered from his "stomach bug".
Monday 15 March 2004
Tuesday 03 February 2004
Tuesday 18 November 2003
Sunday 26 October 2003
Friday 17 October 2003
Friday 10 October 2003
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