Viral digest: Five of the week’s best videos

Jon Snow is featured in the new Game of Thrones trailer ' but is he alive?
Jon Snow is featured in the new Game of Thrones trailer ' but is he alive?
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FROM Hilary Benn to Jon Snow, we chart the moments that have been doing the rounds on social media this week

Hilary Benn’s impassioned Syria speech

Shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn went against his party earlier this week by calling for military airstrikes in Syria. Benn’s rhetoric has seen over 50,000 views on YouTube and thousands of shares on social media in a debate which has divided the UK.

Game of Thrones season six teaser trailer unveiled

The first trailer for the hotly-anticipated sixth season of Game of Thrones was released today. Fans can hear the voice of the Three-Eyed Raven played by the legendary Max von Sydow narrating the short clip. The 40-second trailer also confirms the show’s return for April 2016.

Forth Road Bridge to close until New Year

Footage of an eerily quiet Forth Road Bridge has been popular across Facebook and Twitter after engineers discovered problems with metalwork towards the northern end of the bridge and closed it for repairs. Commuters on Scotland’s east coast face arduous journeys as engineers announced the bridge would be closed until at least the New Year.

Gary Neville unveiled as Valencia CF’s manager

Former England and Manchester United defender Gary Neville was installed as Valencia’s new manager yesterday – his first job in club management.

Neville will team up with his brother Phil, who continues his role as one of the coaches of the Spanish club. The former Sky Sports pundit will manage the club until the end of this year’s campaign in six months’ time.

ITV blunder as Ainsley Harriott mistaken for Sir Lenny Henry

More blunder than “best”, ITV News today broadcast a package made to celebrate Sir Lenny Henry’s achievements. Unfortunately, they accidentally featured TV chef Ainsley Harriott in their segment on the veteran comedian.