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ONE life: Reg versus Blair

Synopsis

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1/9. In June 2003, Reg Keys' son Tom was one of six Red Caps brutally murdered by a mob in Iraq. As no weapons of mass destruction have been found, Mr Keys maintains that his son died for a lie. This film follows the former ambulance driver's preparations to stand for the general election - against Tony Blair in his Sedgefield constituency.

Contributors

Subject: Reg Keys
Director: Robert Davis
Director: Alastair Cook
Editor: Todd Austin






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