Government Resignations After 2015 General Election After the outright win of the Conservative Party in the 2015 General Election, members of the previous Liberal Democrat-Conservative coalition have now tendered their resignations to the Queen. These include Nick Clegg, the now ex-Liberal Democrat leader, and Vince Cable, who was previously the Business Secretary.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg Announce National Minimum Wage Increase David Cameron and Nick Clegg announce largest real-terms increase in adult National Minimum Wage since 2008 and a 20% increase for apprentices.
Regional Growth Fund Increased to £3 Billion for Local Business Regional Growth Fund: Nick Clegg is awarding extra funding to help regional businesses grow, bringing the total investment to £2.85 billion.
Deputy Prime Minister launches Search for Mental Health Heroes Deputy Prime Minister launches country-wide search for unsung Mental Health Heroes.
Mental Health Taskforce Announced The Deputy Prime Minister announces that he will establish and chair a new Mental Health Taskforce.
Get Kids Reading – Article by Nick Clegg The Deputy Prime Minister wrote a piece for the Sun on the importance of children’s literacy.
Nick Clegg says more Scotland powers must mean changes at Westminster Rules on Scottish MPs voting on England-only issues should be altered if the no vote wins, says deputy prime minister
UK party leaders issue joint pledge to give Scottish parliament new powers David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg promise extensive new powers for Holyrood if Scotland votes no.
Poll boost for Scottish no campaign as party leaders make plea to voters Sterling rallies on currency markets after Survation opinion poll gives pro-union side six point lead Scotland’s referendum battle swung back towards the no camp on Wednesday night when an opinion poll gave the pro-union side a six-point lead, suggesting the sudden surge in […]
Party leaders take high road to Scotland in united effort to avert yes vote Salmond derides ‘panic’ in no campaign as Cameron, Miliband and Clegg appeal to Scots and Carney warns on currency union.