“The simple sword of truth and the trusty shield of British justice”.
Live by the sword. Die by the sword. The best bit is at 1.00.
All those who threaten libel action as a form of censorship, take note.
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Tagged as corruption, Jonathan Aitken, libel laws as censorship, lies, The Guardian
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