A divisive left-wing leader at the helm of the Labour party. A Conservative prime minister battling with her cabinet. An identity crisis on a national scale. This is Britain 1981.
One Sunday morning, four prominent Labour politicians – Bill Rodgers, Shirley Williams, Roy Jenkins and David Owen – gather in private at Owen’s home in Limehouse, east London, desperate to find a political alternative.
Should they split their party, divide their loyalties, and risk betraying everything they believe in? Would they be starting afresh, or destroying forever the tradition that nurtured them?
New drama taking us behind closed doors to imagine the personal conflicts behind the making of political history.
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“Self-evidently timely... Armin is good as Debbie... All the actors admirably convey the personal costs of this decision.”