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Queen on Robinson tablet computer interrupts TV debate

15 January 2014 Last updated at 13:21 GMT

A heated debate reviewing PMQs was interrupted by the sound of Fat Bottomed Girls by Queen suddenly coming from Nick Robinson's tablet computer.

MPs Caroline Flint and Shailesh Vara were arguing about banking bonuses when the BBC political editor's machine played the track live on BBC2's Daily Politics.

The pair declined his request for them to name song lyrics, and Andrew Neil went back to play referee in the political debate.

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