You can't. I was very disappointed, but I don't think you can. At the end of the day, much of what is printed -- when it actually infringes direct liberties of individuals, you can have criminal actions or whatever, but on something like that, I don't think you can. You rely on the personal standards of the editor and of the newspaper concerned, and sometimes they will take a different judgment from you and print, as they did on this occasion. I think it was wholly wrong. They probably think it was wholly right because they thought the policy was misguided.
I was worried because I had seen, in a very direct fashion, what happened as a result of there being no successful peace process in terms of the people who were being killed on a regular basis, so I felt very, very strongly about that particular issue. But I don't think there is a legislative way you can cope with it and I wouldn't suggest there is.