Speaking to us at the Liberal Democrats conference, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been telling us why he apologised over the student fees u-turn and what he thinks of the spoof video.
A spoof version of Nick Clegg’s apology over his party’s tuition fees pledge has been released as a single and has been steadily rising towards the top of a music download chart. Nick Clegg Says I’m Sorry (the Autotune Remix)” went on sale last night and is now among the top 70 songs on iTunes.
Nick Clegg has given permission for satirical site The Poke to release the spoof apology video if the money goes to The Children’s Hospital Charity, who support the work of Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust.
A musical version of the Deputy Prime Minister's apology over his pledge to scrap university tuition fees has gone viral.
Click here to see Nick Clegg's "I'm sorry" rap.