Apr 18th, 2015 | By | Category: International

The drowning of hundreds of African refugees is an item of news, it is nothing new, though. It’s not even a crisis, in the sense of it being a moment of judgement; it is a chronic ongoing problem that European leaders are reluctant to address. Over the past few years, there have been repeated occasions to re-visit thoughts regarding a BBC drama and the comment it provoked.

It is now twenty-five years since the BBC broadcast  ‘The March’, a provocative 1990 television drama.  A quarter of a million refugees stand …