The Mayor of LondonBoris Johnson has told people to stop “bashing” the super-rich, comparing them to hard-pressed minorities like the homeless, Irish travellers or ex-gang members. Mr Johnson accused ...
Plans in the Treasury's autumn statement to return state spending to 1948 levels will do permanent damage to Britain It is an incidental sentence, but it brought me up short. By 2018, general government consumption will be proportionally no ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
Matteo Renzi, 38, who is tipped to become head of centre-left party, is one of group of politicians hoping to rejuvenate country Italian voters are poised to elect a 38-year-old as leader of their biggest party, completing a generational transformation ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
Deputy PM says extra £150m required will come from Treasury and underspend in schools maintenance budget Nick Clegg has defended plans to provide free school meals for all six- and seven-year-olds, saying it is nonsense to suggest the cost of ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
Controversial changes which will result in people having to work longer before they can collect their pensions are the result of a more affluent and healthy society, Nick Clegg has said. FULL ARTICLE AT Belfast Telegraph
Nicholas William Peter Clegg (born 7 January 1967), known as Nick Clegg, is the British Member of Parliament for Sheffield Hallam and, since 18 December 2007, leader of the Liberal Democrats. He was appointed to the Privy Council on 30 January 2008 and affirmed his membership on 12 March 2008.
Clegg was born in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire in 1967, the third of four children. His... Full Article At Wikipedia.org