Nicholas William Peter 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. He was previously a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and an award winning journalist for the Financial Times.
Polly Toynbee picks over why the Liberal Democrats are not doing better in the polls with their leader, NickClegg, and asks if their problem is that they're just too rightwing - 15.06.2009, TheGuardian
David Cameron and NickClegg admit they are taking risks by forming Britain's first coalition government in decades -- and David Miliband annouces his intention to run for the... - 12.05.2010, ReutersFDP
20.09.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk (blog)] - NickClegg's apology cannot excuse his contemptible conduct on student tuition fees. By Iain Martin Politics Last updated: September 20th, 2012. Comment on this Comment on this article. NickClegg has apologised for the Lib Dems. Sorry, no he hasn't.
20.09.2012 [Metro] - Calls to routinely arm police following the killings of officers Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone were yesterday rejected by NickClegg. Related Tags: NickClegg · London · Hugh Orde. NickClegg, arm police. NickClegg rejected calls to arm police officers
20.09.2012 [Te Interesa] - El diario británico The Guardian abre hoy su portada con la disculpa del vice primer ministro británico, NickClegg, por incumplir su promesa electoral de no subir las tasas de las matrículas.“Hicimos una promesa, no la hemos cumplido y por ello lo
19.09.2012 [ChronicleLive] - Deputy prime minister NickClegg has signed off on a £92m deal which allows the city council to borrow cash, build offices and shopping centres and pay the money back from increased business rates. Officials say the borrow to build plan will creating
Jestem ogromnie rozczarowany wynikami szczytu, ponieważ uważam, że obecnie istnieje prawdziwe niebezpieczeństwo izolacji i marginalizacji Wielkiej Brytanii w UE. (...) Nie będzie to dobre dla wzrostu gospodarczego.(...) Wielka Brytania, jeśli wyjdzie z UE, będzie postrzegana przez Waszyngton jako mało istotny kraj, a na świecie jako liliput, podczas gdy ja chcę, żebyśmy byli liderami w świecie. - Źródło: wyborcza.biz, 11 grudnia 2011
11.09.2012 [San Francisco Luxury News] - NickClegg has withdrawn comments in which he branded opponents of gay marriage “bigots”. The Deputy Prime Minister was expected to launch an attack on opponents of the policy in a speech at a reception later. Extracts released early by officials said:
13.09.2012 [Conservative Home (blog)] - The other front on which Eric Pickles must defend British Christians is against NickClegg, whose plans to redefine marriage have many Christians feeling marginalised. Mr Pickles calls on Mr Clegg to "explicitly address" Christian concerns about his
20.09.2012 [Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Deputy Prime Minister NickClegg talks with journalists during a visit at the Maracana Stadium Complex, undergoing renovations for the 2014 World Cup, in Rio de Janeiro June 21, 2012. REUTERS/Ricardo ... more. Deputy Prime Minister NickClegg talks
15.09.2012 [Spectator.co.uk (blog)] - NickClegg has not dismissed the idea of a four-runway Stansted airport. Picture: Getty. This country's willingness to fritter away London's hub airport status is an act of economic self-harm as the Conservative side of the government finally seems to
17.09.2012 [Press TV] - Britain's Education Secretary Michael Gove and Deputy Prime Minister NickClegg will unveil the new General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) examination system on Tuesday, September 18. Gove and Clegg are to launch GCSE reforms after
14.09.2012 [Politics.co.uk] - Liberal Democrat leader NickClegg announced today that the government will abandon its plans for reform of the House of Lords. The British Humanist Association (BHA) is disappointed at this decision, because we hoped that Lords Reform would provide