Real Story With Fiona Bruce. 7:30pm Wednesday BBC1 Fiona Bruce. Soldiers returning from Iraq talk about the treatment they receive on their arrival in Britain. It will be interesting to hear what they have to say about their treatment on their return, does this relate to their medical treatment or their treatment generally by an ignorant hostile and uncaring British public? On Saturday in the City where I live, the Socialist Workers Party were vocally campaigning to stop the war. I approached the mouthpiece with the megaphone and spoke with him briefly. He was very quick to say that they do not blame the troops and that they support them once Iâd stated that I was ex forces. He confessed that he was aware that many servicemen and women returning home have been subjected to misguided hostility from many quarters. I stated that if he appreciates that these brave men and women do not have a choice or the luxury of speaking out freely as he was doing then he and his socialist colleagues should make their support for the troops patently obvious. They are mounting a picket of Brize Norton in the near future and I asked why, the reply was that this was a massive airbase and this is where the troops are flow out to Afghanistan and Iraq and where they arrive back. My response was that if they appreciate that the troops are a disciplined body required to follow the orders of their political masters, then their picket would be better placed in Whitehall not outside Brize Norton â they looked rather taken aback by the impact of those words.