Alistair Campbell on depression: "It is an illness"
On Wednesday’s programme, Breakfast’s Graham Satchell spent time with Katharine Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury's daughter as she talked about living with depression.
Her story provoked a big response from the Breakfast audience including Tony Blair’s former spokesman Alistair Campbell who has written about his own battle with the disorder.
This morning, he and GP, Dr Rosemary Leonard spoke about the importance of people seeking help and talking about the illness.
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