Former Lib Dem leader and wife go public about son’s experience and treatment to raise awareness of less toxic therapies for cancer The moment Nick Clegg and his wife had to tell their eldest son he had blood cancer was one of the “toughest...Show More Summary
Politician says brew of rightwing EU bashers playing on voter insecurity and cuts fanning populist ideas is pushing Britain to margins A Brexit elite of hedge-fund managers, footloose multi-billionaires, rightwing politicians and newspaper...Show More Summary
George Osborne loves Peter Mandelson. David Cameron and Nick Clegg's coalition was rife with cross-party passion. Steve Bannon's good for a hate fuck. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are good for a hate fuck. Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau are...
As the British general election results rolled in on Friday, here are some of the big names who were voted out of parliament and others who will be returning. - Voted out - NICK CLEGG -- The former deputy prime minister and ex-Liberal Democrat leader lost his seat to Labour. Show More Summary
LONDON — Former Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has just lost his parliamentary seat. Business Insider reported last month that Clegg and current Lib Dem leader Tim Farron were both at serious risk of losing...Show More Summary
LONDON — Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Tuesday morning that there is "no remote possibility" of Labour winning extra seats in Thursday's general election. Some polls suggest Labour could reduce the size of Theresa May's majority or even force a hung parliament. Show More Summary
I took part last night in a marathon 90-minute BBC1 Question Time Brexit special. My fellow panellists were the Brexit Secretary David Davis, former LibDem leader Nick Clegg, Labour’s Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer, former Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond and UKIP’s Suzanne Evans. Show More Summary
Two former cabinet ministers in the last coalition government who take different sides of the Brexit argument: former deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, and former Northern Ireland secretary, Theresa Villiers.
LONDON — When I heard Nick Clegg speak at the University of Westminster just days before the EU referendum, he delivered one of the most impressive cases for Remain that I'd heard throughout the entire campaign. Yet, bar an early and...Show More Summary