by Stephen Tall on December 27, 2010
A festive edition of the Voice’s occasional round-up of political videos, with three Lib Dem politicians showing, erm, quirkier sides of their personalities.
M’colleague Helen Duffett has already brought you the delights of Vince’s turn on the Strictly Come Dancing floor. But he’s by no means the first Liberal politician to hit the mainstream — here’s Sir Cyril ‘Nice One’ Smith’s famous Access ad from the 1980s:
Meanwhile, Lib Dem leader of Sheffield City Council Paul Scriven shows off his ‘Perfect’ singing skills in the service of a hotel’s internal training video. It’s attracted the ire of critics, but Paul is unrepentant:
And finally, to the best of the Voice’s knowledge no online record exists of David Steel’s foray into the recording industry accompanying Jesse Rae’s hit (the ‘s’ is silent) 1982 track, ‘I Feel Liberal Alright’. This is the closest we can get…