Menzies Campbell
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"Sir Walter Menzies "Ming" Campbell" is a British Liberal Democrats/Liberal Democrat politician and advocate, and former athlete. He is the Parliament of the United Kingdom/Member of Parliament (MP) for North East Fife (UK Parliament constituency)/North East Fife, and was the Leader of the Liberal Democrats from 2 March 2006 until 15 October 2007.

Campbell held the British record for the 100 metres/100 metres sprint from 1967 to 1974, having run the distance in 10.2 seconds. He captained the Great Britain Athletics (sport)/athletics team in 1965 and 1966. He is currently the Chancellor of the University of St Andrews.

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Today we salute Charles and wish him well and look forward to him returning to the front line.

The law on glorification may well have unwelcome implications for freedom of speech, but it will do nothing to improve public safety.

No party is entirely subject to what happens to any one individual. We have a sense of purpose, we have great deal to do and a great opportunity in which to do it.

I'm going to show that the Liberal Democrats are the party of ideas and innovation in Britain.

The existing law is quite adequate to the problem.

His admission in Australia has only added to the current uncertainty and sense of drift.

No party is entirely subject to what happens to any one individual. The party is much bigger than that.

Look at every department of state and I will show you bureaucracy and regulation, an ever-greater threat to enterprise, diversity and freedom.

If the government hoped that the Butler inquiry was going to be no re-run of Hutton, I think it's pretty clear that Dr. Jones and others of similar view are going to prevent that happening.