Kennedy Suffered 'major Haemorrhage'

Former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy died of a major haemorrhage linked to alcoholism, his family has said.
Kennedy, who led the party between 1999 and 2006, died at his home in Fort William on Monday aged 55.
Following a post-mortem examination, his family issued a statement saying his unexpected death was "a consequence of his battle with alcoholism".
"Ultimately this was an illness Charles could not conquer despite all the efforts he and others made," it said.