'Surprisingly easy' for protester to break in to Leveson court

The protester who branded Tony Blair a "war criminal" during an outburst at the Leveson Inquiry has spoken for a second time to radio station LBC 97.3FM to describe how he got in to the court and what happened after he was removed by security:

He said, "it was surprisingly easy really" to get in to the back corridor behind the court, he said he did take five minutes beforehand to consider what would happen to him but, "my beef with Tony Blair is too great to miss the opportunity."

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Protest disrupts Blair evidence

An investigation has been ordered after a protester burst into the Leveson Inquiry as Tony Blair was giving evidence and yelled "this man should be arrested for war crimes." David Lawley-Wakelin said it was "surprisingly easy" to get into the court.