PM will not order inquiry after Hunt comes under fire over Murdoch ties at Leveson
Lord Leveson is in a very familiar dilemma: take on the press and be savaged, or roll over and be dismissed as a patsy
Memo written to Prime Minister in November 2010 might contradict statement given by Culture Secretary to parliament
Former top civil servant suggests Culture Secretary is responsible for the actions of his special adviser
PM was reportedly so keen to hire Andy Coulson that he waived the usual confidentiality clause. Uh-oh...
But John Mullin causes greatest stir by admitting his paper is not as good as the Daily Mail
More live matches than ever before – but BSkyB and ESPN could face a new challenger
Declaration that Murdoch 'not a fit person' to run News Corp prompts feeding frenzy
MPs hold back from naming names. But are they being legally prudent - or protecting Cameron?
Pressure builds on David Cameron to call an inquiry after former Cabinet Secretary gives damning verdict
And Eric Pickles admits Tories face huge losses at local elections in just four days' time
Opinion Digest: the end of the newspaper baron, Cameron's shame, the upside of poshness and artistic collaboration
Culture Secretary forced to hand over correspondence as senior Coalition members call for inquiry
'I was the victim - it's cost me hundreds of millions of pounds,' a vicious Murdoch tells Leveson
Opinion Digest: Leveson revelations, kamikaze economics and the elusive G-spot
Special adviser insists his emails to News Corp about BSkyB were not authorised by Hunt
Press commentators call for Culture Secretary's head – but are Cameron's days numbered, too?