The solidarity of je suis Charlie that swept the media and the streets of Paris in the wake of last week's terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo seems to be cooling in the cold light of editorial reality.

There was an awkward moment during Adam Boulton's Sky News Tonight show on Wednesday, when former Charlie Hebdo contributor Caroline Fourest attempted to show the front cover of the latest issue, which features a cartoon of the prophet Muhammad.

During a live two-way with Sky News presenter Dharshini David, the broadcaster swiftly cut away after Fourest denounced the British media outlets who had decided not to show the front page of the satirical magazine's "survivors" issue.

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