Boy who begged Tony Blair not to go to war has changed his mind – and joined the RAF

Boy who begged Tony Blair not to go to war has changed his mind – and joined the RAF
 

A pacifist schoolboy who wrote a letter to Tony Blair begging him to not take the country to war in 2003 has changed his mind – and joined the RAF.
Stirling Harden, 23, from Herne Bay in Kent, was just nine-years-old when he sent a letter to the Labour Prime Minister.
Three police officers charged following death of student in custody However, 13 years on he decided to join the Royal Air Force, and to his surprise he came out as the top recruit in his class in Buckinghamshire.
And according to his dad Phil, Stirling’s main aim is ‘to sort out consequences of a war that started when he was a... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 49
Source: Metro
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