LDVideo … Nick’s PMQs, ‘Unparliamentary language’ and Jon Stewart’s take on ‘Climategate’

Welcome to the latest LDVideo instalment, featuring three of the most memorable video clips doing the rounds on the blogosphere.

I missed covering this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions, so here to make up for it is Nick Clegg’s contribution – taking to task (with some passion) Gordon Brown for Labour’s failures to put fairness at the heart of their policies:

The Irish Times has the background to this clip: ‘A Green Party backbencher apologised in the Dáil this afternoon after he told a Labour TD to “fuck you” during heated exchanges on the Social Welfare Bill.’

(Hat-tip: PlayPolitical.com).

And, finally, here’s the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart’s take on the ‘Climategate’ emails. typically incisive, including the great line: “Poor Al Gore – global warming completely debunked via the very Internet he invented’.

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