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article imageVideo: UK Deputy Prime Minister's apology put to music

By Anne Sewell     Sep 21, 2012 in Politics
London - It's not often you get to hear a politician say "sorry", and it's even rarer to hear them apologize tunefully, and then have the apology released as a single.
A promise was made not to increase tuition fees in the United Kingdom, but the promise wasn't kept.
Now the Liberal Democrat, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is sorry. Very sorry. So, so, so sorry.
He was apologizing for breaking a pre-election promise not to increase tuition fees, as his party backed the increase of tuition fees to £9,000.
Now he is trying to wriggle his way out of a sticky situation by apologising. Only one problem, he's in an even worse situation now the autotune remix of his apology has been released as a single.
One of the top comments on the video? "I was considering forgiving Nick, but then I remembered that I'll be paying £18,000 more over the course of my 3 year degree. Maybe Nick should stick to making David Cameron's tea."
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