Andrew Little rides the invisible horseby Toby Manhire
Labour MP Gangnam Style dance in parliament confirms the expiry of the craze.
But it's Andrew Little, Labour list MP, that has smashed the nail in the coffin of the Gangnam Style phenomenon.
In the house of parliament this week, he claimed that this is a "Gangnam Style government", saying it was "riding the invisible horse of decision-making and policy-making".
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