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Nick Clegg: 'Quality of teachers is important factor' - BBC News
BBC NewsNick Clegg: 'Quality of teachers is important factor'BBC NewsPupils' results are highest in London and lowest in Yorkshire and Humber. The former leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, is chairing a commission on inequalities in education and said part of the problem was attracting and retaining good ...Nick Clegg calls for more pay for teachers in poor schoolsThe StarNick Clegg to lead commission into school attainment gapsPublic FinancePay teachers working in underperforming areas more, says Nick CleggTES NewsBelfast Telegraphall 75 news articles »

Nick Clegg has worst voting record in the House of Commons since the general ... - Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukNick Clegg has worst voting record in the House of Commons since the general ...Telegraph.co.ukNick Clegg, the former Deputy Prime Minister Photo: PA. Mr Clegg voted less than David Cameron, who despite prime ministerial trips made 24.3 per cent of divisions, and former Labour leader Ed Miliband who has turned up for more than half of all votes.After Criticising Farage's Attendance in the European Parliament, Nick Clegg ...Breitbart NewsNick Clegg has worst voting record in House of CommonsThe Sunall 3 news articles »

Nick Clegg: My birthday wish is that we win the debate for staying in the EU - Evening Standard
Evening StandardNick Clegg: My birthday wish is that we win the debate for staying in the EUEvening StandardIt's my 49th birthday today. Having a birthday in early January has a few drawbacks: as a youngster, presents were usually downsized to make up for the gift-giving binge of Christmas; as an adult, well, it's just one of those slightly dreary return-to ...

Goldman Sachs pays Nick Clegg £22500 for EU speech - The Guardian
The GuardianGoldman Sachs pays Nick Clegg £22500 for EU speechThe GuardianRobert Oxley, a spokesman for the Vote Leave group, which is campaigning for Britain to exit the EU, said: “Nick Clegg wanted Britain to drop the pound and join the euro. He was wrong then and is wrong now. If Goldman Sachs are willing to pay £22,000 ...Nick Clegg is paid £150 a MINUTE for a speech to Goldman SachsDaily MailNick Clegg trousers £22500 from Goldman Sachs after saying he'd 'wring bankers ...Mirror.co.ukall 6 news articles »

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