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During his tenure as leader, Clegg asserted that the Liberal Democrats transcended the tradition "left-right" axis and labelled the party as being radical centrist in orientation. He advocated for reduced taxes, electoral reform, cuts on defence spending, and an increased focus on environmental issues. As a result of the general election , Clegg's Liberal Democrats found themselves with 57 seats in the House of Commons. The Conservative Party , which failed to receive a majority, formed a coalition with the Liberal Democrats, and Clegg was appointed by David Cameron to serve as his Deputy Prime Minister.
In this capacity, he became the first leader of the Liberal Democrats to answer for the Prime Minister's Questions, and used his influence in the position to pass the Fixed-term Parliaments Act.
During the party's time in coalition , the Liberal Democrats saw a significant drop in support,  and the election left the party with just 8 seats, which resulted in Clegg's ousting as Deputy Prime Minister and his resignation as party leader.
Clegg is of one-quarter Baltic-German descent: She met Clegg's father during a visit to England in ,  and they married on 1 August He says, "There is simply not a shred of racism in me, as a person whose whole family is formed by flight from persecution, from different people in different generations. It's what I am. It's one of the reasons I am a liberal. But I don't think we should allow that luxury to be a sort of alibi not to learn languages.
Clegg was educated at two independent schools: As a year-old exchange student in Munich, he and a friend drunkenly set fire to what he called "the leading collection of cacti in Germany". When news of the incident was reported during his time as Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman, Clegg said he was "not proud" of it.
He spent a gap year working as a skiing instructor in Austria, before going on to Cambridge University in , where he studied Archaeology and Anthropology at Robinson College. It has been alleged that Clegg joined the Cambridge University Conservative Association between and Clegg has maintained he has "no recollection of that whatsoever". Hands noted that "for the avoidance of any doubt, there was only one 'N Clegg' at Robinson College After university, he was awarded a scholarship to study for a year at the University of Minnesota , where he wrote a thesis on the political philosophy of the Deep Green movement.
He then moved to New York City, where he worked as an intern under Christopher Hitchens at The Nation , a progressive liberal magazine, where he fact-checked Hitchens's articles. Clegg next moved to Brussels , where he worked alongside Guy Spier for six months as a trainee in the G24 co-ordination unit which delivered aid to the countries of the former Soviet Union. He was later sent to Hungary, where he wrote articles about the mass privatisation of industries in the former communist bloc.
He was involved in negotiations with Russia on airline overflight rights, and launched a conference in Tashkent in that founded TRACECA —an international transport programme for the development of a transport corridor for Europe, the Caucasus and Asia.
Vice-President and Trade Commissioner Leon Brittan then offered him a job in his private office, as a European Union policy adviser and speechwriter. Clegg has written extensively, publishing and contributing to a large number of pamphlets and books. With Dr Richard Grayson he wrote a book in about the importance of devolution in secondary education systems, based on comparative research across Europe.
The final conclusions included the idea of pupil premiums so that children from poorer backgrounds receive the additional resources their educational needs require. He wrote a controversial pamphlet for the Centre for European Reform advocating devolution and evolution of the European Union, and contributed to the Orange Book , where he offered market liberal solutions for reform of European institutions. In , Clegg was selected as the lead Liberal Democrat candidate for the European Parliament in the East Midlands constituency; the following year, Paddy Ashdown was first to tip him as a politician to watch.
Clegg worked extensively during his time as an MEP to support the party in the region, not least in Chesterfield where Paul Holmes was elected as MP in The group developed initial proposals on transforming post offices to help them survive as community hubs, in particular for older people. One particular article in accused Gordon Brown of encouraging "condescension" towards Germany. In an article, Clegg wrote that "all nations have a cross to bear, and none more so than Germany with its memories of Nazism.
But the British cross is more insidious still. A misplaced sense of superiority, sustained by delusions of grandeur and a tenacious obsession with the last war, is much harder to shake off". Clegg was selected as the prospective parliamentary candidate. He took up a part-time teaching position in the politics department of the University of Sheffield , combining it with ongoing EU consultancy work with GPlus.
He also gave a series of seminar lectures in the international relations Department of the University of Cambridge. He also served as treasurer and secretary of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on National Parks , a particular interest given that his constituency includes part of the Peak District National Park.
Following his election to parliament, Clegg was promoted by leader Charles Kennedy to be the party's spokesperson on Europe, focusing on the party's preparations for an expected referendum on the European constitution and acting as deputy to Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Menzies Campbell. Clegg's ability to articulate liberal values at a very practical level quickly lent him prominence, with many [ who?
Following the resignation of Kennedy on 7 January , Clegg was touted as a possible leadership contender. Clegg had been a signatory to the letter circulated by Vince Cable prior to Kennedy's resignation, which stated his opposition to working under Kennedy's continued leadership.
After the leadership election, Clegg was promoted to be Home Affairs spokesperson, replacing Mark Oaten. In this job he spearheaded the Liberal Democrats' defence of civil liberties, proposing a Freedom Bill to repeal what he described as "unnecessary and illiberal legislation",  campaigning against Identity Cards and the retention of innocent people's DNA, and arguing against excessive counter-terrorism legislation.
He has campaigned for prison reform, a liberal approach to immigration, and defended the Human Rights Act against ongoing attacks from across the political spectrum. Clegg caused a degree of controversy when, at the Liberal Democrat party conference in , he admitted his leadership ambitions to journalists at a fringe event. After Campbell's resignation, Clegg was regarded by much of the media as front-runner in the leadership election.
It was announced on 18 December that he had won. In his acceptance speech upon winning the leadership contest, Clegg declared himself to be "a liberal by temperament, by instinct and by upbringing" and that he believes "Britain [is] a place of tolerance and pluralism ".
He has stated that he feels "a profound antagonism for prejudice of all sorts". In an interview on BBC Radio 5 Live on the morning after his election to the leadership, Clegg stated that he does not believe in God, but that he has "an immense amount of respect for people of faith ".
I'm much more of an agnostic. He resigned as the leader of the Liberal Democrats after the general election. He said the results were "immeasurably more crushing and unkind than he feared". In March , GQ magazine ran with an interview conducted by Piers Morgan in which Clegg admitted to sleeping with "no more than 30" women. Upon his election Clegg appointed leadership rival Huhne as his replacement as Home Affairs spokesperson and following his strong performances as acting party leader, Vince Cable was retained as the main Treasury spokesperson.
Media commentators noted that the Clegg-Huhne-Cable triumvirate provided the Liberal Democrats with an effective political team for the coming years. David Heath , Alistair Carmichael and Tim Farron had been told to abstain in the vote for a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty but had wanted to vote in favour and so defied the whip. In addition to the three frontbenchers, a further 12 more backbench LibDem MPs also defied the whip and voted "yes".
Clegg said "though we have disagreed on this issue I fully understand and respect their strongly held views on the subject However, as they have recognised, the shadow cabinet cannot operate effectively unless the principle of collective responsibility is maintained. The resignations happened not long after Michael Martin , the Speaker of the House of Commons , had on 26 February blocked calls by the Liberal Democrats for an "in or out" referendum on Britain's EU membership.
The Speaker's authority was called into question when, led by Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democrats marched out of the House of Commons, calling the Speaker's decision a constitutional "outrage". Just moments earlier, frontbench foreign affairs spokesman for the party Ed Davey had been expelled from the chamber by the Speaker's deputy, Sir Michael Lord , for further challenging the ruling.
In November , Clegg suffered more allegations of difficulties with the front bench following an article in the Daily Mirror that reported that Clegg had criticised senior members of his front bench whilst on a plane journey. The tragedy is that we have a society where too many people never get to fulfil that extraordinary potential. My view — the liberal view — is that government's job is to help them to do it.
Not to tell people how to live their lives. But to make their choices possible, to release their potential, no matter who they are. The way to do that is to take power away from those who hoard it. To challenge vested interests. To break down privilege. To clear out the bottlenecks in our society that block opportunity and block progress. In the Commons, Clegg initially concentrated most of his fire on Labour and Prime Minister Gordon Brown , but in the autumn of began also focusing on Cameron and the Conservatives.
Clegg became the first party leader in modern political history to call for a Speaker of the House of Commons to resign, describing then-Speaker Michael Martin, following his handling of the expenses scandal, as a defender of the status quo and an obstacle to the reform of Parliament.
Clegg allegedly claimed the full amount permissible under the Additional Cost Allowance, including claims for food, gardening and redecorating his second home. Clegg has aimed to modernise the Liberal Democrat Party at the same time as maintaining its traditions of political and philosophical Liberalism. In , he told a party conference that the Liberal Democrats were radical centrist in orientation:. Our opponents try to divide us with their outdated labels of left and right.
But we are not on the left and we are not on the right. We have our own label: We are liberals and we own the freehold to the centre ground of British politics. Our politics is the politics of the radical centre.
Since becoming leader of the Liberal Democrats, Clegg has called for more choice for patients on waiting lists in the National Health Service NHS , giving them the option to go private and to be funded by the NHS if they wish; a substantial tax cut to "put more money back into the pockets of people", better action on the environment, the abandonment of Britain's Trident missile-defence system, fixed-term parliaments ; devolving more power to local councils; giving constituents the power to force a by-election if their MP was found responsible for serious wrongdoing; and a slimming of government across the board.
On 29 April the Liberal Democrats proposed in the House of Commons to offer all Gurkhas an equal right of residence; the motion resulted in a defeat for the Government by votes to It was the only first day motion defeat for a government since On speaking about the result Clegg said "this is an immense victory [ He added that it was "the kind of thing people want this country to do".
On 21 May , the Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced that all Gurkha veterans who retired before with at least four years' service could settle in the UK. The actress and daughter of Gurkha corps Major James Lumley, Joanna Lumley , who had highlighted the treatment of the Gurkhas and campaigned for their rights, commented: The morning after the general election presented the country with no one political party able to form a government that would command a majority in the House of Commons.
In light of this reality the Conservative leader, David Cameron, went public and gave a "big, open and comprehensive offer" to the Lib Dem leader and said that he wanted to open up negotiations with the Liberal Democrats to form Britain's first coalition government since the Second World War. In reply, Clegg said that he had always maintained that the party with the most seats and the most votes should have the right to seek to govern.
Speaking to the press he said: Following the announcement, teams of negotiators from both parties formulated what would become the Coalition Agreement which would form the basis of their partnership together. On 5 July , Clegg unveiled plans to have fewer MPs and to hold a referendum on the voting system so that the next general election would be contested under the Alternative Vote system. In a statement, he said UK democracy was "fractured", with some votes counting more than others.
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Without the income to deal with major repairs, the time to do what I needed to to get settled in, what might have been the best thing ever could instead turn into something that drives me into debt or otherwise makes my life miserable instead of better. Sex might offer us some amazing things, but if we already have a lot on our plate at a given time to deal with, or are struggling with something tough, we might prefer to save that opportunity for a time and space in life when we feel more able to truly enjoy it and have the kind of time and space in our hearts and lives for it.
Why else might someone decline on sex? Sometimes people have cultural or religious beliefs that make choosing to have sex in a certain situation wrong for them.
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But you know who probably does know, and who certainly knows better than me or you? You know this one. And you can ask him so that you can know more and feel less lost here. In other words, there may be nothing wrong with you at all, and for all we know without finding out from him, this may even have nothing to do with you, period.
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