With party press officers keen to prevent scenes similar to the cringe-worthy moment of elections past when Gordon Brown dubiously declared his love for the Arctic Monkeys, Mr S notes that today’s politicians are… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg finds time to party with Prince in Camden appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg naturally had the toughest tasks today when they faced young voters for the Sky question-and-answer sessions because they are having to defend policies their government… Continue reading The post Young voters show up why Cameron wants to avoid TV debates appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
LONDON — David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Ed Miliband and Natalie Bennett are being quizzed by teenagers and college students as part of a joint event between Sky News and Facebook Monday. See also: David Cameron listens to a 'chillax' playlist...Show More Summary
Farage has net -51% approval rating in Opinium 1st time voters poll – even worse than Clegg on -44 http://t.co/OUBxBC8ARG — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) January 31, 2015 Amongst 1st voters LAB leads by 15% according to Opinium. GRN on 19% UKIP 3% pic.twitter.com/5qhZTsekae — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) January 31, 2015 The 15% LAB lead amongst […]
Is @LordAshcroft the reason why Nick Clegg is still Lib Dem Leader? http://t.co/Ap8I4FAF2x pic.twitter.com/jw6panqrOX — The Screaming Eagles (@TSEofPB) January 29, 2015 If so, who will be more grateful? The Lib Dems or their opponents? One of most striking things of this parliament, is the Lib Dems’ unshakeable calm whilst the national opinion polls suggest in […]
For all the obsessing about whether Nick Clegg would prefer to be in government with the Tories or Labour after the next election, there is very little discussion of what… Continue reading The post Could Britain cope with a minority Coalition government? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Delayed again. Until after the election. Very suspicious say those who fear a cover up of the decisions taken by Tony Blair's government which led the UK to join George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq. Nick Clegg - whose Liberal DemocratShow More Summary
Nick Clegg always seems oddly upbeat when he’s doing interviews about just how badly his party could do in the General Election. Today when Andrew Marr asked him about Iain Dale’s… Continue reading The post Why is Nick Clegg so happy? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
According to Ed Miliband, my generation is about to be disenfranchised by the coalition. He’s getting quite worked up about it. On Thursday, he accused David Cameron and Nick Clegg of…… Continue reading The post Does Ed Miliband think my generation is lazy, stupid – or both? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Nick Clegg has clearly had an exciting Christmas. He used his first press conference of the year to talk about people playing footsie, exes leaving late-night voicemail messages, frantic January… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg’s new year pitch for eternal power appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
According to a recent YouGov poll, Nick Clegg has an overall rating of minus 54, making him more popular than the hapless Ed Miliband by just one point. While that… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg: I have a great fanbase appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Cameron is away in Ankara. His mission is to annoy the Germans by inviting Turkey to join the EU as soon as possible. It all sounds like fun. Let’s hope… Continue reading The post PMQs sketch: Nick Clegg heats up in the hot seat appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Nick Clegg’s performance at PMQs reminded me of Field Marshall Bosquet’s verdict on the charge of the Light Brigade, ‘c’est magnifique, mais ce n’est pas la guerre’. After a week… Continue reading The post PMQs: Nick Clegg delivers a perfect Cameroon performance appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Nick Clegg is taking Prime Minister’s Questions today, which will at least force the Lib Dem leader to turn up to a major Commons session, rather than bunking off to… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg’s PMQs challenge appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Alt Text: Columnist Don Brind Clegg’s MPs are not as popular as they think - study suggests fewer than 20 will survive election Column Don Brind Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 12:36pm Perhaps Nick Clegg knew what he was doing when he skipped...Show More Summary
What is the reasoning behind Nigel Farage’s recent spate of apparent gaffes? Following his breastfeeding comments last week, the Ukip leader blamed his lateness to an event in Wales on… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage are pursuing the same electoral strategy appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
After being too busy talking to ‘normal people’ in Cornwall last Wednesday and missing previous PMQs presumably to do the same, Nick Clegg will not only be attending this Wednesday’s… Continue reading The post Will Nick Clegg’s PMQs session highlight the tensions in the Coalition? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
If the Coalition started cohabiting earlier this year, it has now moved into the phase where the two parties are posting mean things about each other on Facebook and trying… Continue reading The post Coalition wars: What are George Osborne and Nick Clegg up to? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
One notable absence on the government frontbench during the Autumn Statement today was Nick Clegg, who is in Cornwall today. The Deputy Prime Minister is in Cornwall today, visiting a… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg avoids Autumn Statement because ‘he just sits there’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The salient facts for anyone not familiar with British politics. Nick Clegg is the leader of the Liberal Democrats, and he’s been the Deputy Prime Minister since 2010. Clegg is also the Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam. As for Ched Evans, he’s the former Sheffield United footballer who has recently been released from jail after being […]