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Brand Health Check: Nick Clegg

last week, the result is still a disappointing one for the party's leader, Nick Clegg. After all, last ...

Nick Clegg praises 'underlying strength' of regional press

politics to the regions of the UK than other media, according to deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.

Labour lampoons 'uncredible shrinking man' Nick Clegg with 50s sci-fi parody film

fiction film that slams Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as spineless.

Sunday Times mag strikes a prescient note with Nick Clegg cover

Democrat leader, Nick Clegg, on the day he was forced to deny claims of a cover-up of sexual misconduct by

Lib Dems rise to top of Facebook fan rankings

LONDON - A new measure of political Facebook fandom ranks Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats...April. Nick Clegg has experienced a fanbase growth of 970%, climbing from 4,531 fans to 43,963 on 24 ...

Sky News treatment of Clegg triggers hundreds of complaints

Adam Boulton's treatment of Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg during last week's Leaders' Debate....rules of the debate by heckling Nick Clegg about the Telegraph article". Users of social network Twitter ...

Starcom social media tracking points to polarised opinion on leader debates

LONDON - Analysis of more than one million online discussions by Starcom Mediavest Group put Nick..., while ' #leadersdebate ' is still currently trending. Starcom said Nick Clegg achieved the biggest ...

LBC turns to Outdoor Plus for final push of Clegg versus Farage

political showdown between Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Ukip's Nigel Farage.

Gov campaign educates teens about rape

Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has today launched the Home Office's first marketing campaign to

Paper Round (23 April) - a look at the day's newspapers

, Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown, with most backing their political default positions.

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