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Embarrassment For Nick Clegg's Wife.

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ENRC gets a reaming!

Mrs Clegg, who uses Miriam Gonzalez as her professional name, charges more than 90 times the current £6.31 per hour minimum wage when billing her multinational clients.

The £16 million bill sent to the Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) covered two years’ work by Dechert, including multiple invoices from Mrs Clegg charged at the partner rate of £570 an hour.

At least our leaders are suffering the same as us proles then.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2496422/Embarrassment-Nick-Cleggs-wife-mining-giant-sues-570-hour-legal-firm-overcharging-16million-bill.html?ico=home%5Eheadlines

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At least it is a plc that she is invoicing raather than the long suffering tax payer.

A cursory google suggests that it is another of those oligarch-controlled companies that asset stripped the ex-Soviet Union in the early 90s. So no, Mrs Glegg is not being paid by stuffing the UK taxpayer :lol:

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ENRC gets a reaming!

At least our leaders are suffering the same as us proles then.

You can imagine the Heil's excitement when they discovered the scoop; 'Oh my God! Lawyers don't work for free! And senior, experienced ones, charge more!'

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Well she is going to need it as Cleggy will be out of a job at the election.

Methinks not!

Their sort can't just crawl away and die. He will have something even more lucrative lined up.

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