David Brough on this century’s two biggest protest marches and Graham Russell on ‘Brexit day’ TV listings
I have now been on this century’s two biggest protest marches: against the Iraq war in 2003 and against Brexit on Saturday. As a lifelong member of the Labour party I had a sense of shame on both occasions.
The fact that a Labour government took us into the Iraq war will for ever be a stain on the history of the party. When it comes to Brexit, the failure of the current leadership to realise that it should be at the forefront of the campaign for an open and inclusive Britain is equally distressing. Will they never learn?
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