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Friday, 2 June 2017

Song Criticising PM Theresa May Becomes Chart Buster In UK

Song Criticising PM Theresa May Becomes Chart Buster In UK
- A new song criticising British Prime Minister Theresa May has rocketed up the music charts less than two weeks before the general election which is scheduled to be held on June 8.

'Liar Liar' by Captain Ska was released on Friday and by Monday it has risen to number two on the influential iTunes singles chart.

The song features sound bites from Theresa May, alongside lyrics including: "She's a liar liar, you can't trust her, no, no, no."

Major music outlets have rejected requests to play it but fans have been snapping up the single regardless.

A version of 'Liar Liar' was released in 2010, with a new edition recorded for the 2017 election.

A video for the re-released song on YouTube includes statistics on UK poverty levels and references to school and police cuts.