Written by Jimmy McGovern and starring Tim Roth and Anna Maxwell Martin, this film tells the story of Reg Keys, the man who took on Prime Minister Tony Blair over Britain's involvement in the Iraq war. Lance Corporal Tom Keys was one of six British Military Policemen murdered in Iraq in 2003 when angry crowds descended on a police station. As his parents, Reg and Sally Keys, struggle to come to terms with the devastating news, questions begin to arise not only around the events that led to their son's death, but also the legitimacy of the war as a whole. Left with questions that the New Labour government and Prime Minister Tony Blair refuse to answer, Reg decides to stand as an independent candidate in the 2005 general election and in Blair's own constituency of Sedgefield. This heart-wrenching film follows Reg's journey of grief and defiance, from his decision to stand to his experiences on the campaign trail, all the way through to election night as the results are announced.