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 Nick Clegg - “The introduction of identity cards will usher in one of the most far-reaching changes in British public life in recent times.”
 Simon Clegg - “However, we are excited at the prospect of fielding both men's and women's football teams in 2012, which will be a real boost to the grass roots of the sport, particularly women's football, over the coming seven years.”
 Simon Clegg - “The problem is you can't predict where that medal will come from. You have to make that investment.”
 Claude Clegg - “Elections themselves are not the magic bullet,”
 Simon Clegg - “You can't not build a bobsleigh track. But if you have a budget problem, there is an impact on peripheral items. There is no doubt that the Games have been run reasonably well, and nothing has affected matters on the field of play, but the teams have had challenges from a management perspective.”
 Simon Clegg - “Naturally the detail of the mechanism that will make this happen needs further work but it is great news for the country that both men's and women's teams are now certain to be represented at the London 2012 Olympic Games.”
 Simon Clegg - “The position adopted by the Scottish FA ... was disappointing, especially given the assurances that have been made to home country football associations regarding ongoing international representation by ... FIFA,”
 Claude Clegg - “Colonization was supposed to be sort of a remedy for slavery and racial inequality in the country,”
 Nick Clegg - “The cradle of modern democracy but was now, on some measures, the most centralised country in Europe, bar Malta.”
 Claude Clegg - “It was the same issue as this country and any other settler society in which you have a native people and then others who have come to settle,”
 Nick Clegg - “The contrast with experience and youth compared to the callow charms of David Cameron will serve us well.”
 Simon Clegg - “The challenge for us is that we're never going to be able to deliver that level of results on a consistent basis because of our lack of facilities.”
 Roger Clegg - “It's unfortunate that some organizations seem to view the success or failure of the program based simply on what percentage of students of this color or that color can participate.”
 Roger Clegg - “Our concern is that the law be followed and that nobody be denied participation in a program on account of skin color or what country their ancestors came from.”
 Claude Clegg - “I think many Liberians see the United States as sort of a godfather figure, ... They see the United States as the place of their ancestors ... but I think that's wishful thinking.”
 Claude Clegg - “I think many Liberians see the United States as sort of a godfather figure. They see the United States as the place of their ancestors ... but I think that's wishful thinking.”
 Claude Clegg - “Maybe that facilitated the willingness of some people to project upon Africa their hopes and desires. Once they get there, many of them are shocked into a realization that they were very wrong about what Africa was about.”