Nick Clegg beats James Bond and the Queen

The BBC reports that You Tube has published its top trending videos of 2012 in the UK. That Gangnam Style came top is not really a surprise, I suppose. What caught my eye, though, is that the Poke’s auto-tuned video of Nick Clegg’s apology over tuition fees beat that iconic moment from the Olympic Opening Ceremony with Daniel Craig and the Queen.

The Clegg video has been seen by over 2 million people. Here it is again in case you missed it…

* Caron Lindsay is Co-Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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3 Comments

  • That headline led me to expect something lots more violent, I have to admit.

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 19th Dec '12 - 7:34pm

    The mental image you have just given me is going to keep me giggling for a wee while:-)

  • Tony Dawson 19th Dec '12 - 8:11pm

    “Nick Clegg beats James Bond and the Queen”

    With what sort of stick? ;-)

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