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February 05, 2015
Sheffield Hallam University students Olivia Greenhalgh (L) and Jade Carter pose for a photograph in central...
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Sheffield Hallam University students Greenhalgh and Carter pose for a photograph in central Sheffield...
Sheffield Hallam University students Olivia Greenhalgh (L) and Jade Carter pose for a photograph in central Sheffield, northern England January 28, 2015. Britain's Deputy Prime Minister has two battles to win by May. Not only must he win back voters who feel betrayed by his support for big public spending cuts, but he also has to hang on to his own parliamentary seat. Nick Clegg's centrist Liberal Democrats will have been in coalition government with the center-right, anti-welfare state Conservatives for five years when the next general election comes around. For many of his former supporters, another five years is out of the question. In Clegg's Sheffield Hallam constituency, where the Labor-controlled city housing estates turn into a prosperous suburb in the rolling countryside of a national park, the party is defending a large majority of 15,000 votes. Picture taken January 28, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
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