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Tim Roth stars as the father who confronted Tony Blair over Britain's role in the Iraq war. Lance Corporal Tom Keys, Reg Keys' son, was one of six British Military Policemen murdered in Iraq in 2003 when angry crowds descended on a police station. As Reg and his wife Sally struggle to come to terms with the devastating news, questions begin to arise not only around the events that led to Tom s death, but also the legitimacy of the war as a whole. Driven by grief, anger, and a need for answers, Reg decides to stand against Tony Blair as an independent candidate in the 2005 general election. This heart-wrenching film follows Reg s journey, from his decision to stand to his experiences on the campaign trail, all the way through to election night as the results are announced.

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BBC drama starring Tim Roth as Reg Keys, the father of a British Military Policeman who was killed during the Iraq War in 2003. Following the death of his son, Lance Corporal Tom Keys (Zac Fox), Reg decides to confront Prime Minister Tony Blair over Britain's involvement in the conflict by standing for election in the Prime Minister's seat of Sedgefield in the 2005 General Election. As he and his wife Sally (Anna Maxwell Martin) come to terms with their grief, Reg tries to discover the reasons behind his son's death while fighting an impassioned election campaign.

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