Guardian :: Lord Justice Leveson's courtroom in the Strand is an ocean away from Port of Spain, Trinidad, where the flames of press freedom are burning bright (at the International Press Institute's annual conference). Here's his lordship harrumphing over Michael Gove speaking out of turn. And here's a trail of blood almost engulfing the IPI's meeting hall, images of slaughter so despicable that the institute's battling director wipes the tears from her eyes as she recites the names of the dead.
[Peter Preston:] In Lord Justice Leveson's courtroom, the talk is of restrictions and control. But no one in the Strand has heard from reporters struggling with the consequences of state repression.
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