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Kennedy's crime talk with locals
Charles Kennedy
Mr Kennedy is expected to discuss anti-social behaviour with locals
Residents concerned about criminal damage are to get the chance to ask Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy how he plans to tackle the issue.

Mr Kennedy is expected to discuss anti-social behaviour and pensions when he speaks to constituents in Romsey, in Hampshire, on Friday.

Sandra Gidley, MP for Romsey, will accompany him when he travels around the area.

Mr Kennedy is also due to outline how Lib Dem policies would benefit women.




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