Mr Kennedy has served his party and the nation well.
The Liberal Democrats are stronger in Parliament than they have been for decades and he alone had the foresight and guts to oppose the Iraq war and specious underpinnings. Whether the party can prosper with a new leader is impossible to judge until we know who will take his place. Curiously, the same arguments that put Michael Howard into the interim leadership of the Conservatives are being used to suggest that the elder statesman Menzies Campbell should take over until the younger generation of MPs have had the chance to show their qualities.
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