Nick Clegg spoofed in 'sorry' music video

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A spoof video where Nick Clegg appears to sing an apology about his party's tuition fees u-turn is to be released as a single on iTunes.

The deputy prime minister has given his permission for the film to be issued by satirical website thepoke after it received thousands of views.

Aides said that he had requested all profits be given to Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust.

Mr Clegg's wife Miriam is a patron of the hospital.

Clip courtesy of The Poke

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