Charles Kennedy: A Tragic Flaw
Charles Kennedy has always prided himself on being 'a fully paid-up member of the human race', known for his down-to-earth image and his easy 'Chatshow Charlie' manner. Unfortunately, Kennedy has a fatal flaw - an addiction to alcohol. This is an inside account of the rise and fall of Charles Kennedy.
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