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Menzies Campbell

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Itís like a soap opera. Itís certainly an identity crisis. Gordon wants to be like Maggie, but he doesnít want to be like Tony. Tony also wanted to be like Maggie, but Maggie only wanted to be like Ronnie. Now Dave, he wants to be like Tony, but he doesnít want to be like William, or Iain, or Michael, and certainly not like Maggie either. Confused? You must be, but you can be clear on this: I donít want to be like any of them.
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Leader's speech, Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton, 20 September 2007.

 
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