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January 14, 2006
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L to R) Mark Oaten, Simon Hughes and Menzies Campbell...
London, United Kingdom
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates Oaten, Hughes and Campbell listen to speaker in...
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L to R) Mark Oaten, Simon Hughes and Menzies Campbell listen to a stage speaker at the party's "Meeting the Challenge" conference at the London School of Economics in central London January 14, 2006. The winner in the party leadership race will be named on March 2, the day before the party's annual spring conference. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN
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January 14, 2006
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidate Mark Oaten speaks at the party's "Meeting the Challenge"...
London, United Kingdom
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidate Oaten speaks at conference in central London
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidate Mark Oaten speaks at the party's "Meeting the Challenge" conference at the London School of Economics in central London January 14, 2006. The winner in the party leadership race will be named on March 2, the day before the party's annual spring conference. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN
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January 14, 2006
Britain's Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L-R) Chris Huhne, Mark Oaten, Simon Hughes and...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates respond to the audience following their speeches...
Britain's Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L-R) Chris Huhne, Mark Oaten, Simon Hughes and Menzies Campbell respond to the audience following their speeches at the party's 'Meeting the Challenge' conference at the London School of Economics in central London January 14, 2006. The winner of the party leadership race will be named on March 2, the day before the party's annual spring conference. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN
RTR185MI
January 14, 2006
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L to R) Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne, Simon Hughes and...
London, United Kingdom
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates Oaten, Huhne, Hughes and Campbell listen speaker...
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L to R) Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne, Simon Hughes and Menzies Campbell listen to a stage speaker at the party's "Meeting the Challenge" conference at the London School of Economics in central London January 14, 2006. The winner in the party leadership race will be named on March 2, the day before the party's annual spring conference. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN
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January 14, 2006
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L-R) Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne, Simon Hughes and...
London, United Kingdom
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates listen to a stage speaker at a conference in London...
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L-R) Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne, Simon Hughes and Menzies Campbell listen to a stage speaker at the party's 'Meeting the Challenge' conference at the London School of Economics in central London January 14, 2006. The winner of the party leadership race will be named on March 2, the day before the party's annual spring conference. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN
RTR185AY
January 14, 2006
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L-R) Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne, Simon Hughes and...
London, United Kingdom
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates listen to a stage speaker at a conference in London...
British Liberal Democrat Party leadership candidates (L-R) Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne, Simon Hughes and Menzies Campbell listen to a stage speaker at the party's 'Meeting the Challenge' conference at the London School of Economics in central London January 14, 2006. The winner of the party leadership race will be named on March 2, the day before the party's annual spring conference. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN LIBDEMS
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January 10, 2006
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten looks on during an announcement in central...
London, United Kingdom
LibDem MP and home affairs spokesman Oaten looks on during announcement in central London
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten looks on during an announcement in central London January 10, 2006. The Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, said on Tuesday he will run for the leadership of the party following the resignation of Charles Kennedy over alcoholism. Oaten, 41, is the second Liberal Democrat to stand for the post after former Olympic athlete Menzies Campbell, the party's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokesman, announced his candidacy last week. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
BRITAIN LIBDEMS
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January 10, 2006
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten (C) looks on during an announcement in central...
London, United Kingdom
LibDem MP and home affairs spokesman Oaten looks on during announcement in central London
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten (C) looks on during an announcement in central London January 10, 2006. The Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, said on Tuesday he will run for the leadership of the party following the resignation of Charles Kennedy over alcoholism. Oaten, 41, is the second Liberal Democrat to stand for the post after former Olympic athlete Menzies Campbell, the party's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokesman, announced his candidacy last week. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
BRITAIN LIBDEMS
RTR17YVT
January 10, 2006
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten speaks to the media during an announcement...
London, United Kingdom
LibDem MP and home affairs spokesman Oaten speaks to media during announcement in central London
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten speaks to the media during an announcement in central London January 10, 2006. The Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, said on Tuesday he will run for the leadership of the party following the resignation of Charles Kennedy over alcoholism. Oaten, 41, is the second Liberal Democrat to stand for the post after former Olympic athlete Menzies Campbell, the party's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokesman, announced his candidacy last week. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
BRITAIN LIBDEMS
RTR17YIT
January 10, 2006
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten speaks during an announcement in central...
London, United Kingdom
LibDem MP and home affairs spokesman Oaten makes announcement in central London
Britain's Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Mark Oaten speaks during an announcement in central London January 10, 2006. The Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, said on Tuesday he will run for the leadership of the party following the resignation of Charles Kennedy over alcoholism. Oaten, 41, is the second Liberal Democrat to stand for the post after former Olympic athlete Menzies Campbell, the party's deputy leader and foreign affairs spokesman, announced his candidacy last week. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
RTRU010
November 25, 1997
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Paddy Ashdown (L) greets new Member of Parliament Mark Oaten outside...
United Kingdom
PADDY ASHDOWN GREETS MARK OATEN OUTSIDE HOUSE OF COMMONS
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Paddy Ashdown (L) greets new Member of Parliament Mark Oaten outside the House of Commons, November 25. Oaten won the recent Winchester by-election with a majority of more than 20,000 votes, giving him the biggest Liberal Democrat majority in the country.

BRITAIN
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October 06, 1997
Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten arrives at High Court October 6. Oaten's General Election victory at Winchester...
United Kingdom
MARK OATEN ARRIVES AT HIGH COURT IN LONDON
Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten arrives at High Court October 6. Oaten's General Election victory at Winchester last May was declared void by the high Court today.

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BRITAIN
RTR7F7W
October 06, 1997
Former health minister Gerry Malone leaves the High Court October 6 following the court's decision to...
London
GERRY MALONE LEAVES HIGH COURT IN LONDON
Former health minister Gerry Malone leaves the High Court October 6 following the court's decision to declare void Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten's General Election victory last May. Malone launched his action after he lost to Oaten by two votes.

BRITAIN
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October 06, 1997
Former health minister Gerry Malone leaves the High Court October 6 following the courts decision to...
United Kingdom
GERRY MALONE LEAVES HIGH COURT IN LONDON
Former health minister Gerry Malone leaves the High Court October 6 following the courts decision to declare void Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten's General Election vicotry last May. Malone launched his action after he lost to Oaten by two votes.

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