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Auteur : Suzie Suriam Discipline : Anglais Concours blanc Sciences Po 2010 Sujet corrigé Cleggmania: The Rise of Nick Clegg By CATHERINE MAYER / LONDON Monday, May. 03, 2010 EMMA HARDY FOR TIME If politics is show biz for plain people, Nick Clegg may have strayed into the wrong profession. During his April 20 campaign stop at an agricultural college in southwestern England, a clutch of young female students proclaimed their boyish visitor to be both "hot" and "cool." They were less sure why Clegg was there or what he represents. That pretty much defines Cleggmania, a syndrome that has spread across the U.K. with astonishing speed. In a matter of days, the Liberal Democrat has been catapulted from the comparative obscurity of third-party politics to top the ratings as Britain's most popular political leader since Winston Churchill. Why? Because of TV. Britain's first-ever televised leadership debate on April 15 pitted Clegg, 43, against the Conservative 1 Auteur : Suzie Suriam Discipline : Anglais Concours blanc Sciences Po 2010 front runner David Cameron and Labour's incumbent Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Clegg effectively hijacked what one might call the hopey-changey message hitherto monopolized by Cameron, and subsequent polls have shown the Liberal Democrats leapfrogging one or both of the larger parties in the public's affections.

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