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Former UK deputy prime minister Nick Clegg joins Facebook

Friday 19 October 2018 | 20:30 CET | News
Nick Clegg, a former Deputy Prime Minister politician in the UK, will be joining Facebook as VP for global affairs and communications. The news was reported earlier by the Financial Times and later confirmed by Clegg himself in a blog post. The new VP will be moving to California with his family. 

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