David Cameron says an independent system is needed to fix Britain's "broken" method of press regulation.
The Prime Minister told the Leveson Inquiry that the relationship between the press and politicians had been too close for 20 years. He admitted that it was difficult for governments to reform the system because they had a vested interest.
The Prime Minister also described how he fights a "permanent battle of issues" because of the 24-hour news cycle:
The Prime Minister added:
Mr Cameron said the relationship with the press was "not particularly trusting" at the moment. He said: