Clegg 'sorry' song to be released

The Deputy Prime Minister has allowed a satirical site to release an auto-tune musical version of his apology over his pledge to oppose an increase in student tuition fees after it went viral. All proceeds will got the Sheffield Children's Hospital

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Facebook reaction to Clegg's tuition fees apology

At the ITV News Facebook page, we have been asking you whether the Deputy Prime Minister's apology over tuition fee pledges, is an apology you can accept. Here are some of your views:

An apology this late into government, means very little. The liberal Democrats just blew their chances of ever being a government into the water. No trust will go their way for at least 20 years.

– Natasha Thwaites

At least he has said sorry. Don't remember Labour saying sorry for virtually bankrupting the country.

– Mark O'Neill

Sorry is just a word. We want action....action to improve the economy not destroy it.

– Jane Caithness Turner

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