It is private property and we'd like it back, pleaseClegg aide leaves debate book in cab Apr 21, 2010
I believe there is no case for the like for like replacement for that systemBritain to look at costly nukes system May 13, 2010
The change prioritizes doing the right thing over looking and sounding toughU.K. changes its deportation policy Dec 16, 2010
I set out the clear position of the British government that former President Gbagbo, having lost the election, should go, and go now'Go now,' London tells Gbagbo Jan 18, 2011
The green economy will be one of the pillars of the new social, environmental and sustainable economy that we all want to build. And Brazil has the leadership in power generation and ethanolU.K. diplomacy catching up on Brazil Jun 23, 2011
Nicholas William Peter "Nick" Clegg (born 7 January 1967) is a British Liberal Democrat politician who is the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Lord President of the Council and Minister for Constitutional and Political Reform in the coalition government of Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron. Clegg is the Leader of the Liberal Democrats and is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sheffield Hallam.
Clegg's first major elected position was as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the East Midlands from 1999 to 2004. He was elected Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam in the 2005 general election and became the Liberal Democrats' Home Affairs spokesperson in 2006. Clegg defeated Chris Huhne in the party's 2007 leadership election. Clegg became Deputy Prime Minister following the 2010 general election, when the Liberal Democrats formed a coalition government with the Conservative Party, led by Prime Minister David Cameron. As well as his parliamentary roles, Clegg has contributed to many pamphlets and books on political issues.
Clegg was educated at Caldicott School in Buckinghamshire and Westminster School in London, followed by Robinson College at the University of Cambridge, where he studied Social Anthropology; he later studied at the University of Minnesota and the College of Europe in Belgium. He is married to Miriam González Durántez; they have three sons.