Cambridge to honour Chancellor Kohl;In Brief

3rd April 1998 at 01:00
Dons at Cambridge University have voted to award an honorary law degree to Chancellor Kohl of Germany. Senior staff voted three-to-one in favour of Chancellor Kohl being honoured, despite political controversy. In February his name was withdrawn from a list of people due to receive a degree after objections from university members.

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