Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg arrives at 10 Downing Street in central London on August 29, 2013 ahead of a Cabinet meeting to discuss a response to Syria following chemical attacks that Britain believe were launched by the Syrian regime. British lawmakers were on August 29, set to vote on Britain's response to chemical weapons attacks in Syria -- but any military action will require a second parliamentary vote. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
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British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg (C) Leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband (R) walk through the Members' Lobby before the Queen's Speech at the State Opening of Parliament on June 4, 2014 in London, England. Queen Elizabeth II will unveil the coalition government's legislative programme in a speech delivered to Members of Parliament and Peers in The House of Lords. Proposed legislation is expected to be introduced on a 5p charge for plastic bags in England, funding of workplace pensions, new state-funded childcare subsidy and reforms to speed up infrastructure projects.
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg arrives at the BBC studios ahead of his second debate with UKIP (UK Independence Party) leader Nigel Farage over Britain's future in the European Union on April 02, 2014 in London, England. Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage will go head to head in the second of two debates about whether Britain should stay in the EU.
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British Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, Nick Clegg (C) stands next to his party's MP for Solihull, Lorely Burt as they look at a hedgehog during a visit to a hedgehog home building project at Parkridge Wildlife Centre on March 30, 2015 in Solihull, England. Formal campaigning for one of the most unpredictable elections in decades has begun after HM Queen dissolved parliament. Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg's first campaign visit was to Parkridge Wildlife Centre where the Lib dems discussed bringing in five new green laws in the next parliament if they gain power.
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg arrives for a pre-budget Cabinet meeting in Downing Street on March 21, 2012 in London, England. Despite increasing pressure on the Chancellor to help ease the financial burden on the British public during his address to Parliament, it is likely that Mr Osborne will continue with the stringent measures that he has implemented over the last few years in an attempt to tackle the UK’s deficit.
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Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg reacts as he speaks to 'No' campaign supporters about the Scottish referendum during a visit to the market place in Selkirk on September 10, 2014 in Selkirk, Scotland. The three UK party leaders are all campaigning in Scotland today showing their support for a 'No' vote in the independence referendum.
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg gives a speech on International Development at The Village Hall in Hoxton Square on May 28, 2014 in London, England. The Liberal Democrat leader spoke of his party's election manifesto which will include a commitment to spend 0.7% of the nation's wealth on aid.