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The Right Honourable
 Nick Clegg 
MP

Kaduang Pun Ministro ning United Kingdom
Monarch Elizabeth II
Prime Minister David Cameron
Elilan neng E magagamit ing tanggapan
ing tauling tinalan i John Prescott on 27 June 2007

Mibait Eneru 7 1967 (idad 52)
Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire,
England
Partido political Liberal Democrat
Asawa Miriam González Durántez
Pípagaralan  Robinson College, Cambridge /
University of Minnesota /
College of Europe
Karinan king Aptas (Website) nickclegg.com
nickclegg.org.uk

I Nicholas William Peter "Nick" Clegg (mibait aniang 7 Enero 1967) metung yang Britanicong politicong Liberal Democrat a Kaduang Pun Ministro ning United Kingdom, Ginung Pamuntuk ning Consejo ampong Minister for Constitutional and Political Reform (Ministro para king Kapanumang Pang-punbatas ampong Pampolitca ning kapamahalang pang-coalicion[1] of Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron. I Clegg ing Pekapun da reng Liberal Democrat ampong Member of Parliament (Kayanib ning Parlamento)(MP) para king Sheffield Hallam.

Ing mumuna nang katungkulan a miyalal nang Clegg antimong Member of the European Parliament (Kayanib ning Parlamento ning Europa (MEP) para king East Midlands manibat 1999 anggang 2004. Miyalal yang Kayanib ning Parlamento para king Sheffield Hallam king pangkabilugan a alalan ning 2005 general at megi yang became the talapagsalitang pang-Pisasabiang Pangkilub (Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesperson) aniang 2006. Simbut neng Clegg i Chris Huhne king alalan a pangkapanibalan ning 2007. Megi yang Kaduang Pun Ministro i Clegg kaibat ning alalang pangkabilugan ning 2010, nung kapilan deng Liberal Democrats minalkus lang kapamahalan a pang-coalicion coalition kayabe da reng Partido Conservativo, a panimunan nang Pun Ministro David Cameron. Bukud king kayang papil king parlamento, sinulat ya muring dakal a folleto ampong libru kareng pisasabian tungkul king politica i Clegg.

Megaral ya i Clegg king Caldicott School king Buckinghamshire ampo king Westminster School king London, at kaibat, king Robinson College king Universidad ning Cambridge, nung nu ya megaral Social Anthropology; kaibat, University of Minnesota ampo king College of Europe king Belgium. Asawa ne i Miriam González Durántez; atin lang atlung anak a lalaki.

Titulo

  • Nick Clegg Esq (1967–1999)
  • Nick Clegg Esq MEP (1999–2004)
  • Nick Clegg Esq (2004–2005)
  • Nick Clegg Esq MP (2005–2008)
  • The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP (2008-)

Lon ya murin

  • ==Dalerayan==

Obra

Libru

  • Clegg, Nick (2000). Doing Less to Do More: A New Focus for the EU. Centre for European Reform. ISBN 978-1-901229-17-2. Extract
  • Brack, Duncan and Clegg, Nick (2001). Trading for the Future: Reforming the WTO. Centre for Reform. ISBN 978-1-902622-27-9.
  • Clegg, Nick (2002). "Restoring Legitimacy: Parliaments and the EU" in Ulrike Rüb (ed.) European governance: views from the UK on democracy, participation and policy-making in the EU, pp31–44. The Federal Trust for Education & Research. ISBN 978-1-903403-33-4.
  • Grayson, Richard and Clegg, Nick (2002). Learning from Europe: lessons in education.
  • Clegg, Nick (2009). The Liberal Moment. Demos. ISBN 978-1-906693-24-4.
  • Alexander, Danny with forward by Clegg Nick (2010), Why Vote Liberal Democrat?. Biteback. ISBN 978-1-849540-21-6.
  • Clegg, Nick (ed.) (2010). Change That Works for You: Liberal Democrat General Election Manifesto 2010: Building a Fairer Britain. Liberal Democrat Publications. ISBN 978-1-907046-19-3.

Suglung palual

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New constituency Member of European Parliament for East Midlands
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Minuna kaya
Richard Allan
Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam
2005–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
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Mark Oaten
Liberal Democrat Home Affairs Spokesman
2006–2007
Menalili kaya
Chris Huhne
Minuna kaya
Vince Cable
Acting
Leader of the Liberal Democrats
2007–present
Incumbent

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