DJ Fatboy Slim plays House of Commons gig


The home of British politics has become an unlikely venue for a performance by the DJ Fatboy Slim.

Usually the only thing you might hear at the Houses of Parliament would be the chimes of Big Ben or the jeers from the Commons.

But the artist, aka Norman Cook, performed at the Terrace Bar of the House of Commons in support of an initiative which aims to raise awareness of community music.

So what did the politicians think of the music?

Tom Donkin reports.

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