Mark Lewis - Lawyer for phone hacking victims
The British press is in a state of convulsion. A huge, government-commissioned enquiry into newspaper standards is underway.
The reason? Allegations about phone-hacking. And one of those at the centre of the maelstrom is Mark Lewis - the lawyer for many of those who say they're victims of phone hacking - including the family of a murdered school girl.
Mark Lewis says that he too has felt the wrath of the newspapers.
But is there a danger that - in the end - a free and vibrant British press could be muzzled?