At their conference in Brighton today, the Liberal Democrats promised Fairer Tax in Tough Times, with their main focus on the policy to raise the Income Tax threshold to £10,000.
Party leader Nick Clegg spoke to Daybreak live from the conference about his "catchy" apology, after failing to follow up his promise of lower university fees.
Speaking about the autotuned remix of his apology, which has been turned into a song, he said: "It’s a very catchy tune."
Clegg also commented on the decline in his and the Lib Dems' popularity - though he insisted he still thinks he's the right man to lead to lead the party.
He described their time since the coalition as an unhill struggle, saying: "I don't think we should be flinching when we're halfway up a mountain."
He also denied his ‘mansion tax’ plans were about ‘soaking the rich’.
He said: "What our proposals is is for people who live in homes of £2million or more to pay an extra contribution. Because, as I say, if you live in a home of 2, 3, 4, or 5 million pounds, you pay the same council tax as somebody in a home of hundreds of thousands of pounds. So that’s the kind of area that we think we can make a change.
"We’re not seeking to soak anybody, this isn’t the politics of envy."
- Watch the video for the full interview