Don’t forget #CallClegg on at 9am today

In a change to the usual schedule, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will be taking questions from listeners around the country at 9am this morning, Wednesday (not tomorrow, Thursday):

Not that there’s much for him to talk about this week…

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2 Comments

  • Sorry to have missed this, do we know why the usual schedule was changed?

  • i imagine it was moved because of tomorrow’s by-election.
    let’s hope it goes well.

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