Leveson: Guido should be denied "oxygen of publicity"

Inquiry is considering whether to force political blogger to remove Campbell's witness statement fro

The Leveson Inquiry is this morning considering whether to force political blogger Guido Fawkes to remove a copy of Alastair Campbell's witness statement from his website.

Lord Justice Leveson said he was "absolutely not prepared" to allow Paul Staines, the man behind the Order-Order website, "the oxygen of publicity".

Staines yesterday highlighted contentious elements in Campbell's evidence - which he claims were obtained legally - and provided a link to the 16-page document hosted on the website scribd.com.

Leveson said he was initially minded to publish Campbell's evidence on the Leveson Inquiry website.

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