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Hands noted that "for the avoidance of any doubt, there was only one 'N Clegg' at Robinson College ...
[he] is listed in the 'Robinson College Record', under 'Freshmen 1986'.
In April 1994, he took up a post at the European Commission, working in the TACIS aid programme to the former Soviet Union.
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.
Controversy arose during this time surrounding the Liberal Democrats’ decision to abandon to their pledge to oppose increases in tuition fees, which had previously been a key issue that won the party support from students.
He served as a journalist for the Financial Times before becoming a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) in 1999.
After his election to the House of Commons in 2005, Clegg served in a variety of leadership roles in the Liberal Democrats, most notably as Spokesperson for Home Affairs, before being elected to succeed Menzies Campbell as party leader in 2007.