“The dockers, Churchill and the war's most shameful secret: Second World War strikes reveal disgusting lack of patriotism” thunders the headline, as the Hefferlump skates conveniently over the actual reasons for those strikes: workers were being asked to put in longer and longer hours in often dreadful conditions. Something had to give, and on occasion, it did. Patriotism did not enter.
Indeed, even in 1965, there were trades unionists who considered Churchill as a class enemy”. And why does he think that was?