Former News International Chief Executive Rebekah Brooks has been charged with perverting the course of justice.
Rebekah Brooks finds out today if she will be charged with perverting the course of justice during the phone-hacking scandal.
. "This is absolutely not acceptable," said Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman. "How much more evidence does David Cameron need?"
The former chief executive of the News of the World has told the Leveson Inquiry David Cameron was one of a number of politicians to send her messages of condolence when she resigned from the post.
The hearing was told that Rebekah Brooks, from Chipping Norton, in Oxfordshire, had been advised by the Prime Minister to keep her head up at the height of the phone hacking scandal.
Rebekah Brooks, former Chief Executive of News International, has told the Leveson Inquiry that the Prime Minister, David Cameron, used to sign-off some of his text messages to her with LOL - not clear if it was meant to be lots of love or laugh out loud. Talk also about meetings in Oxfordshire.