Portraits of David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage and Natalie Bennett, handwritten by artist Annemarie Wright using the text of opinions expressed on Twitter, have been revealed on Friday 17 April. They will go on public show at Woolff Gallery London the week before the UK general election from 30 April ? 15 May 2015. Show More Summary
Today Nick Clegg revealed a new poster claiming that the Tories could form a coalition with Ukip. Speaking about the prospect of ‘BLUKIP,’ Clegg warned of the potential dangers of such a… Continue reading The post Coffee Shots: Nick Clegg tempts fate with BLUKIP photoshop appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
I caught a bit of Nick Clegg launching the Liberal Democrats election manifesto and I have to say i thought he was by far the most effective of all the UK party leaders. Not surprisingly, Nick talked up the likelihood of another Coalition...Show More Summary
The Lib Dem manifesto launch was typically Liberal Democrat. Nick Clegg offered a robust defence of the coalition declaring simply that it ‘worked’. He argued that it had proved the… Continue reading The post Clegg’s offer to voters: I’ll be the Tories’ heart and Labour’s brain appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg just laid out his party's pitch to voters in this year's election in a single phrase. At the launch of the Lib Dem manifesto in a trendy bar in Battersea, Clegg gave one of the best lines of the General Election campaign so far. Show More Summary
The Lib Dems are launching their manifesto this morning. In keeping with their whole slightly bizarre national campaign, which has seen Nick Clegg touring the country apparently completing a Bucket… Continue reading The post Lib Dems launch their manifesto with fairy lights and funky music appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Nick Clegg produced Lib Dem red lines for any coalition with either Labour or the Tories in an interview with Evan Davis this evening. Clegg said that he wouldn’t go… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg sets out red lines for coalition negotiations with Labour and the Tories appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
“Hell, yes, I am proud of this,” said Nick Clegg in the first of the BBC’s leaders interviews, broadcast at 7.30pm this evening. He’s lucky to get such a slot to… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg on Lib Dem meltdown: “I put country before party” appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Could this photo beat Nick Clegg’s hedgehog photo call to be the strangest animal election campaign snap? Here Yvette Cooper and Labour’s candidate for Rossendale and Darwen Will Straw are… Continue reading The post Coffee Shots: Puppy love for Yvette Cooper and Will Straw appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
According to a recent Ashcroft poll, Nick Clegg is on course to lose his seat in the general election. If he is ousted from Sheffield Hallam, the Deputy Prime Minister… Continue reading The post Revealed: Desperate Clegg takes £50,000 in last-minute donations in fight to keep his seat appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Like the GE10 LDs UKIP will be squeezed in the big party fights Apart from the problems facing Nick Clegg and the latest on the CON-LD battles a striking feature of the latest wave of Ashcroft seat polling was the decline of UKIP. These are all constituency fights where, with perhaps one possible exception, UKIP […]
Mock Nick Clegg all you like, but he is taking an impressively pragmatic approach to this General Election. The Deputy Prime Minister knows that he might not get as much… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg’s picture caption election appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The British deputy prime minister Nick Clegg is in danger of losing his Liberal Democrat seat in Sheffield Hallam in the forthcoming general election in May, according to new poll results. The polls, commissioned by Lord Ashcroft, show Clegg trailing Labour by two points. Show More Summary
Will the Liberal Democrats avoid being wiped out at the upcoming election? In his latest round of constituency polling, Lord Ashcroft has revisited eight Liberal Democrat marginal constituencies he deems to… Continue reading The post Could Nick Clegg really lose his seat? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Tomorrow’s TV debate between the seven party leaders is the chance for the insurgent parties to muscle up to the mainstream leaders, make them look tired and old, and in… Continue reading The post Exclusive: Nick Clegg enlists Basil Fawlty to play Farage in TV debate rehearsals appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Well, at least Joey Essex has given bored pundits something to talk about today. He pitched up at a press conference with Nick Clegg, and took a selfie with the… Continue reading The post Westminster sneers at Joey Essex because it is a closed shop of know-it-alls appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Take every penny from the hands of the many, And give everything to the few. A recent video by Cassetteboy remixes speeches by British politicians David Cameron, Ed Miliband, and Nick Clegg running in the upcoming election for Prime Minister into a rap about income inequality in the country. The song, titled “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” is meant to […]
Nick Clegg called on the leaders of the Conservatives and Labour, David Cameron and Ed Miliband, respectively, to "come clean" and tell the voters whether they will provide the funds to the NHS, and how they intend to do so.
Nick Clegg ain’t done yet, and as if to prove how deadly serious he is about winning this election, the Deputy Prime Minister visited a hedgehog sanctuary on his first… Continue reading The post Nick Clegg’s women problem appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Where did Nick Clegg go on the first stop of his General Election campaign tour? To visit a creature under threat. Not a Lib Dem MP struggling to hold on… Continue reading The post Coffee Shots: Nick Clegg’s animal magic appeared first on Spectator Blogs.