Miriam Clegg paid £400 an hour by mining giant accused of trampling on rights of Saharan tribesmen

By Simon Walters And Glen Owen
14 April 2012

Nick Clegg faces embarrassment after it was disclosed that his wife represents a firm that has been accused of trampling on the human rights of ‘Africa’s last colony’.

A ‘substantial’ part of lawyer Miriam Clegg’s work, for which she is paid up to £500,000 a year, is understood to come from Moroccan mining giant OCP.

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