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Nick Clegg’s next career more should be to run for Mayor of London

Away from the LAB leadership there’s been a bit of a buzz about today about Nick Clegg’s future with the extraordinary suggestion that he should be his party’s candidate for Mayor of London in the election next May. Although the final outcome last week was devastating for his party for the LDs he emerged, in […]

The Rise and Fall of Krugmania in the UK

It is already conventional to name the former party leaders Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage as the biggest losers of the British general election, closely followed by all the opinion pollsters and the narcissistic comedian Russell Brand. Show More Summary

Frontrunning: May 8

Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage resign as Tories sweep to victory (Telegraph) Bonds and stocks rebound, sterling soars after UK election (Reuters) Cameron Set to Return With U.K. Majority as SNP Sweeps Scotland (BBG) Tory win...Show More Summary

UK Lib Dem, UKIP leaders to quit

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg mourns 'cruel and punishing night' for his party.

UK Lib Dem leader tipped to quit

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg mourns 'cruel and punishing night' for his party.

The biggest loser of the night? Russell Brand

Forget Vince Cable. Forget, if you can, Ed Balls (and I know that’s hard, because what a joyous result that was). Expel from your mind the image of Nick Clegg… Continue reading The post The biggest loser of the night? Russell Brand appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Lib Dems Leader Nick Clegg Keeps Sheffield Hallam Seat in UK Election

The head of British Liberal Democrats has managed to retain his seat in the Sheffield Hallam constituency.

This is turning into a truly terrible night for the Lib Dems – UPDATE Now Vince Cable loses Twickenham

A string of high profile MPs have lost, including cabinet ministers, and rumours that Nick Clegg is set to quit as leader and politics today. Looking like a truly terrible night for the Lib Dems. http://t.co/2zxyQwejVU pic.twitter.com/Te15FV3AZV — TSE (@TSEofPB) May 8, 2015 It gets worse for the Lib Dems. pic.twitter.com/asG9QKRFXv — TSE (@TSEofPB) May […]

Nick Clegg, Political SuperGenius

As I write this the current front-page BBC seat tally, which breaks out the seats won by the Democratic Unionists and Plaid Cymru, confines the Lib Dems to “other.” A fitting tribute to the political genius of Nick Clegg, who indeed is no more relevant going forward than the Cannabis Is Safer Than Alcohol or […]

Britain Likely to Retain Coalition Government, Without Nick Clegg

Director of the London School of Economics Craig Calhoun claims that the exit poll results from the UK general election suggest that Britain will most likely continue to have the same coalition government, but likely without the leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg.

Will Labour knock off the Tories? Here are 16 races to watch in the UK's general election Thursday

Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democratic Party leader Nick Clegg is in real danger of losing his seat The United Kingdom's general election is almost here, and it's anyone's guess how things will turn out. Things looks extremely tight in the final days of the race, with the polls bouncing between 1-3 point leads for both Labour and the Tories. Show More Summary

Nick Clegg got coalition wrong. Tomorrow, he’ll pay the price

It’s hard not to feel a bit sorry for Nick Clegg. He’s a decent man who took a tough decision to put his party into coalition with the Conservatives, and… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg got coalition wrong. Tomorrow, he’ll pay the price appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Britain could face second election before Christmas, warns deputy PM

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain faces a disruptive second election before Christmas if either of the two main parties try to govern alone as minority governments after Thursday's ballot, Nick Clegg, the deputy prime minister and Liberal Democrat leader, warned on Tuesday.

David Cameron Unlikely To Win Election: Economic Chaos Likely In Britain And Europe

With just two days to go before the UK election all indications are that David Cameron and his Conservative Party cannot win a majority. Cameron became Prime Minister in May 2010, but only after political opponent Nick Clegg and hisShow More Summary

New Sheffield Hallam poll raises questions about Lord Ashcroft’s methodology

If Nick Clegg loses in Sheffield Hallam, it would be the Portillo moment of the 2015 election. After several tight polls, a new survey from ICM this evening suggests that the Lib Dem… Continue reading The post New Sheffield Hallam poll raises questions about Lord Ashcroft’s methodology appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Election podcast special: three days to go

In today’s election special podcast, James Forsyth, Isabel Hardman and I discuss whether Nick Clegg will lose his seat in Sheffield, the current state of the seat predictions and the pros and cons of… Continue reading The post Election podcast special: three days to go appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

ICM phone poll naming Clegg has him holding Sheffield Hallam thanks to tactical Tory voters

The guardian/@ICMResearch Sheffield Hallam poll. Top graphic is naming the candidates. pic.twitter.com/FwwlOWuQ1v — TSE (@TSEofPB) May 4, 2015 ICM have conducted a poll for the Guardian in Sheffield Hallam, seat of Nick Clegg. Nick Clegg is on course to be saved from defeat in his Sheffield Hallam constituency by a tide of tactical Tory votes, […]

The Strange Afterlife of Liberal England

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What does he know that we don’t? Throughout this election campaign, even in both the bruising television events that he shared with other party leaders, Lib Dem chief and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has seemed as buoyant and lively as he was during the “Cleggmania” of five years ago. If, as the polls suggest, more...

Ed Miliband and Minority Government

What did you think of last night's grilling of the main party leaders? As much as I detest Dave and his Nick Clegg mini-me, I think they performed creditably by the criteria one judges media appearances. The Prime Minister was polished and a little bit sweaty, but his question dodging body swerves saw him through the half hour. Show More Summary

LibDem’s Clegg Defends Entering 2010 Coalition With Conservatives

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg on Thursday defended his own "difficult, brave" decision to go into a coalition with the Tories, in a televised pre-May 7 election debate on BBC One.

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