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A British politician. The current Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council and Leader of the Liberal Democrats (Lib Dems).
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ENG: Nicholas William Peter "Nick" Clegg (born 7 January 1967) is a British politician who has been Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Lord President of the Council (with special responsibility for political and constitutional reform) since 2010, as part of the coalition government headed by Prime Minister David Cameron. Clegg has been the Leader of the Liberal Democrats since 2007, and a member of parliament (MP) representing Sheffield Hallam since 2005. Having attended the University of Cambridge, the University of Minnesota, and the College of Europe, he was previously a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and an award winning journalist for the Financial Times. Clegg was elected to the House of Commons at the 2005 general election and became the Liberal ...
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What Nick Clegg doesn't know about equality

Once more following in David Cameron's footsteps, Nick Clegg is delivering tonight's Hugo Young memorial lecture. A preview of his speech appears in today's Guardian, in which the Lib Dem leader suggests that increasing social mobility, not achieving income equality, should be the ultimate goal of progressives. He writes:Social mobility is what characterises a fair society, rather than a particular level of income equality. Inequalities become injustices when they are fixed; passed on, generation to generation. That's when societies become closed, stratified and ...

Public affairs experts unconvinced by Nick Clegg's call to..

... scrap Queen's Speech Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has hit the headlines today after issuing a call for this week's Queen's Speech to be scrapped. Clegg has written an article in The Independent today dismissing the event as a ‘waste of everyone's time'. He suggests that the speech is replaced by an emergency programme of reform designed to ‘clean up politics once and for all'.The speech, which takes place on Wednesday, will set out plans to boost parents' and patients' rights, tackle knife crime, improve social care for the elderly and trim bankers' bonuses.Mandate ...

Nick Clegg: Buy British to stimulate economic recovery

19/01/2009 The Union flag should be proudly stamped on all the goods made in this country.That was the "local logo" call made by Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg yesterday as he became the latest big hitter to back the Mirror's Buy British campaign.He got behind our call for families to do their bit to protect UK companies and save jobs at the same time by saying: "As you have reminded us, economic recovery starts at home."Consumers should be proud to Buy British - and buy local - particularly at a time of recession."But Clegg reckons there should be more help for shoppers, with a logo to help ...

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David Cameron rejected an offer from Nick Clegg to cut Britain's foreign aid ... - Daily Mail
Daily MailDavid Cameron rejected an offer from Nick Clegg to cut Britain's foreign aid ...Daily MailNick Clegg offered to delay the Government's controversial foreign aid target but was turned down by David Cameron, it emerged yesterday. The Prime Minister faced pressure in the last parliament over his pledge to spend 0.7 per cent of UK income on aid.and more »
Nick Clegg: Workers' party? What baloney - Evening Standard
Nick Clegg: Workers' party? What baloneyEvening StandardWhat do you think should be the first duty of government? Maintaining public order? Looking after the vulnerable? Defending the nation? I guess most people would include these and add some preferences of their own. So let me add one of mine: it should ...
Nick Clegg to return to Lib Dem front line with impassioned defence of EU ... - The Independent
The IndependentNick Clegg to return to Lib Dem front line with impassioned defence of EU ...The IndependentNew leader Tim Farron, however, cannot hope for much media coverage of the conference in Bournemouth despite Mr Clegg's high-profile intervention. Usually, government does not make any announcements during major party conferences, but it is ...
Nick Clegg slams Osborne's 'living wage' - Left Foot Forward
Left Foot ForwardNick Clegg slams Osborne's 'living wage'Left Foot ForwardWriting for the Evening Standard yesterday, former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg described his 'dismay' at George Osborne's July Budget, in which he introduced plans for a new living wage. According to Clegg, the chancellor's plans to cut tax ...Nick Clegg slams the Tory government in damning articleLondon Loves Businessall 2 news articles »

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