In what some considered to be the biggest plus for Charles Kennedy since becoming leader of the Lib Dems, his party won the local by-election in Romsey. As expected, much celebrating was done by the Kennedy camp, but over at Romsey-based firm Langdowns DFK it was a different story. The firm is situated over the premises the Conservatives used as its by-election HQ. And according to partners, party officials looked decidedly sheepish the morning after. The Tories apparently managed to vacate the building in double quick time.
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