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A Labour MP who made a spoof video mimicking Conservative leader David Cameron and inviting the viewer to sleep with his wife has been condemned by Tory MPs.

In the film, Birmingham MP Sion Simon (Lab Erdington) dresses in a baseball cap and T-shirt and introduces himself as "Dave".

He says: "Yo. My name's Dave, yeah? Thing is, I'm just like you. I've got the same worries, the same troubles, the same cares, the same trouble and strife.

"Want to sleep with my wife? That's cool. Come down, check it out, we'll sort it out."

Mr Cameron married his wife Samantha, aged 35, in 1996. They have three children.

The film is a spoof of a similar video produced by the Tory leader, in which he discussed politics while doing the washing up. Mr Simon has made the video available on the internet.

But angry Conservatives accused him of "going over the top".

P eter Luff (Con Mid Worcestershire) said: "When politicians behave in this cheap and nasty way, is it any wonder the public loses all respect for us?

"There is room for humour and mockery in politics but this goes too far."

And Andrew Mitchell (Con Sutton Coldfield) said: "Poor Sion has obviously gone mad."

The video was placed on a website called YouTube by fellow Labour MP Tom Watson (Lab West Bromwich West), who goes by the pseudonym "baggymp".

Mr Simon said: "Cameron's attempts at "yoof" communication are patronising, tokenistic and clumsy - and we're not going to let him get away with it.

"As long as he and his central office spin doctors keep churning out this nonsense in London and pretending it's 'home video' because he's 'just like us', Tom and I are going to keep firing back from our actual kitchens in West Bromwich and Erdington.

"He's a cardboard cutout Tory toff who knows nothing about ordinary people, and cares less.

"We're going to match him video blog for video blog and tell people how it really is."

Mr Watson has also produced a number of more serious videos of his own, again spoofing Mr Cameron's broadcast but discussing topics such as party funding and the debate over Muslim women wearing veils.

The films are a response to Mr Cameron's own broadcast, dubbed Webcameron by the Tories.

In it, the Conservative leader talks about the importance of improving the way politicians communicate with the public while doing the washing up and dealing with interruptions from his daughter Nancy, aged three.

YouTube is a website which allows anyone to upload videos for viewers across the world to see. It is visited by 20 million visitors each month and was sold earlier this week for #800 million to web search engine Google.

* See the Sion Simon video here.

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