Gordon Brown speech tops YouTube

6th May, 2010 1:14 pm

Gordon Brown’s inspirational speech to Citizens UK, for which he was credited with “rediscovering his political voice, topped YouTube viewing figures for a period this week. Anyone who needs motivation to get-out-the-vote for Labour today could do worse than view this video, which has so far notched up more than 125,000 views:

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