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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Reg_(film)Reg (film) - Wikipedia

    Reg is a one-off BBC Television fact-based drama about the campaign by Reg Keys to obtain answers following the death of his son Tom in the Iraq War, by standing in the 2005 general election as an anti-war independent candidate in Sedgefield, a constituency held by the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair. [1]

  2. 6 giu 2016 · Reg: Directed by David Blair. With Tim Roth, Anna Maxwell Martin, Elliott Tittensor, Sandra Voe. The story of Reg Keys who lost his son in the Iraq War and then went on to contest Tony Blair's seat at Sedgefield in the 2005 General Election.

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  3. 7 giu 2016 · Last night’s Reg (BBC1) is based on the story of Reg Keys, who stood for election in Sedgefield against Tony Blair in the 2005 general election. Two years previously, Keys’ 20-year-old son ...

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  4. www.bbc.co.uk › programmes › b07g06chBBC One - Reg

    6 giu 2016 · Drama by Jimmy McGovern based on a true story. Tim Roth stars as Reg Keys, the father of a soldier killed in Iraq, who took on Tony Blair about Britain's role in the conflict. Show more. 1 hour,...

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    Contributor
    Reg Keys
    Tim Roth
    Sally Keys
    Anna Maxwell Martin
    Richard Keys
    Elliott Tittensor
    Bob Clay
    Ralph Brown
  5. Coming Soon. Year: 2016 Duration: 89 min Credits: Tim Roth, Anna Maxwell Martin, Elliott Tittensor... more. TV-14. CC. HD. Powerful political drama based on a true story. Tim Roth stars as Reg Keys, a bereaved and defiant military father who took on Tony Blair in the 2005 General Election.

  6. User Reviews. Reg Keys (Tim Roth) lives in a rural retreat in Wales with his wife Sally (Anna Maxwell Martin). Their two sons Tom and Richard (Elliott Tittensor) have both joined the army, for want of anything else to do in an economically deprived area.

  7. Summaries. The story of Reg Keys who lost his son in the Iraq War and then went on to contest Tony Blair's seat at Sedgefield in the 2005 General Election. In 2003 20 year old soldier Tom Keys and five others are shot dead in an ambush in Iraq.