May & Corbyn haunted by ghosts of governments past
The Share Radio Evening Show
As Theresa May has gotten on with Brexit, she's found her path haunted by ghosts of governments past. Not one but two of her predecessors have re-emerged to give the Prime Minister their take on her strategy. But what's been remarkable is that the interventions have come from opposite sides of the bench - old foes Tony Blair and John Major have joined forces to warn the public of unrealistic Brexit promises.
Lord Neil Kinnock was Labour leader for most of the 1980s until he faced off against John Major in the '92 election. Share Radio's Alex Clark spoke to Lord Kinnock to get his take on Blair's and Major's interventions.