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Belonging: The Truth Behind the Headlines (2017)

REVEALING THE EXTENT TO WHICH SUCCESSIVE UK GOVERNMENTS AND BUSINESS COLLUDE TO DESTROY OUR HUMAN RIGHTS. A investigative journalistic film that not only reveals abuse of power behind the headlines but also questions what lies ahead.

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Morag Livingstone
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AWARD WINNING FEATURE DOCUMENTARY. Investigative journalism feature documentary that looks again at the events around 3 industrial disputes, 3 governments and over 3 decades. Through heart rendering personal stories from those at the centre of these disputes we show the impact of government and corporate power on individuals, communities, democracy and human rights in the UK, starting with Murdoch's purchase of the Times and The Sunday Times to the present day. This film will not tell you how to think, but will ask you to think again.

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June 2017 (UK) See more »

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1 January 2018 | by rhmorgan-06785See all my reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed it although it made my blood boil and brought tears to my eyes. Believe me, even if the NHS staff walked out today it would bring down the whole State apparatus, including the Army. They would be treated the same as the Miners were. This film warns us not to let it happen again. WAKE UP"!!!


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