Nick Clegg has been the Liberal Democrat MP for Sheffield Hallam since 2005. He was Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister till 2015.
Nick and his wife Miriam have three young sons – Antonio, Alberto and Miguel. They were married in her home town in Spain in 2000.
Nick studied Social Anthropology at Cambridge and afterwards continued his post graduate studies at the University of Minnesota and the College of Europe in Bruges.
In 1999 Nick was elected Member of the European Parliament for the East Midlands, before successfully being elected as the MP for Sheffield Hallam in 2005. Nick was elected leader of the Liberal Democrats in December 2007. He was appointed Deputy Prime Minister after the General Election in 2010.
Nick holds regular surgeries and question and answer sessions for his constituents across Sheffield Hallam. He has been a strong voice for Sheffield in Parliament, helping to secure unprecedented investment - creating a stronger economy and fairer society for Sheffield.
Nick's Achievements in Government include...
Whilst in Government Nick Clegg has delivered for Sheffield, including:
Cutting income tax for over 200,000 Sheffield workers.
Over 33,000 of the lowest earning people in Sheffield have been taken out of paying tax altogether.
An extra £59.5 million for Sheffield schools.
Over 18,000 children in Sheffield now have free school meals.
Delivering £1.2 billion to fix Sheffield's roads.
A record high number of Sheffield people in work - 21,000 more people have a job in Sheffield compared to 2010.
460 Sheffield businesses are receiving the £1500 apprenticeship grant.