This video from London, England is called A Tour of Westminster Cathedral.
From daily The Independent in Britain:
Ukip mocked after mistaking Westminster Cathedral for mosque
Party activist red-faced after angry tweets at the BBC
Thursday 27 November 2014
Ukip’s list of blunders is now a little longer, after a party activist complained that a BBC survey about Nigel Farage had taken place outside a mosque – which in fact was Westminster Cathedral.
Two boxes, one labeled “yes” and the other “no” were placed outside Westminster Cathedral, to ask locals whether Nigel Farage has what it takes to be Prime Minister, by placing a colored ball in either box to indicate their opinion.
But, believing Westminster Cathedral to be a mosque, Ukip’s South Thanet branch accused the BBC of an unfair bias.
“Perfect place to hold vote in front of a mosque in London. BBC’s random means selective,” the group tweeted.
BBC reporter Giles Dinot responded: “You are SO wrong you might be embarrassed by that”.
The exchange has since been satirized on social media with the launch of the hashtag, #ThingsThatAreNotMosques.
This is not a Mosque, but those gentlemen look decidedly ‘Foreign’ don’t they?#ThingsThatAreNotMosques
11:50 PM – 26 Nov 2014
#ThingsThatAreNotMosques yes it is in the middle east but no #Ukip it is not a mosque
12:15 PM – 27 Nov 2014
No, that’s not a minaret, it’s just #Thunderbird 3. #ThingsThatAreNotMosques
11:43 AM – 27 Nov 2014
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