Google's online video sharing service has been voted the top international brand by the UK youth, with a representative sample of the nation's 18 to 24-year-olds picking it ahead of the likes of Apple, Facebook and the rest of the fashionable online crowd.
"They’ve provided a platform where the humble video has been transformed as part of the online revolution that resonates with young people. YouTube are deserving winners," said Luke Mitchell, who organised the Youth 100 poll in the first place. Wikipedia, which is no doubt the home page of most people still in full-time education, came second, with Cadbury, maker of the Double Decker and other fashionable foodstuffs, in third place.
High street sausage roll specialist Greggs came in 19th, to give you some additional insights into the minds of the kids of today. [Telegraph]