Three election worms
And an earsplitting vuvuzela
In May 2010, a worm wasn’t just one of those slippery little creatures eaten by birds, but a popularity indicator in the UK political arena. In a series of live televised debates, viewers could watch the audience’s approval of Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg rise to dizzy heights or take a nosedive, as three worm graphs in red, blue and yellow wiggled across the bottom of the screen.
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