Readout of Vice President Biden’s Call with Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Nick Clegg
Vice President Biden spoke to Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Nick Clegg today to thank him for his congratulatory message following last week’s U.S. election. The Vice President expressed appreciation for Deputy Prime Minister Clegg’s friendship and the close and enduring partnership of the United States and the United Kingdom. The two also agreed to continue close cooperation between our two countries to strengthen the global economy and address a range of shared security challenges.
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Meetings? You have meetings? From what I can work out my constituency doesn't have a constituency party let alone 18 members and an armchair. We...
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Did a cycle company not donate to Nick when he was campaigning for the party leadership?
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TCO How about higher pay and kudos for the s------ jobs!
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The headline has been changed now, but in its initial form it was one of the most toxic things I had heard said about Lib...
- JohnTilley 5th May - 10:21pm
Eddie The percentage of what you describe as "...rather a lot of higher paid public sector workers" is I would guess less than 5% of...
- TCO 5th May - 10:21pm
@Peter Watson this was when Kennedy was leader. @David Evans. There are 45 000 members and 632 British constituencies. That's an average of 71 members...