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The Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt will give evidence to Leveson on Thursday next week.
The Education Secretary Michael Gove and the Home Secretary Theresa May will appear on Tuesday.
The Business Secretary Vince Cable and the Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke are due to appear on Wednesday.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry on Monday.
Some of the information from Fred Michel, Adam Smith says he passed on in e-mail to Jeremy Hunt, but not all of it.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt ignores a question on the BSkyB bid as he arrives at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
His former special adviser Adam Smith continues to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry today.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt's aide Adam Smith is expected back at the Leveson Inquiry today. Questioning will resume into his involvement with News Corporation's bid for BSkyB.
Harriet Harman, the Shadow Culture Secretary, has told ITV News that the Prime Minister should never have appointed the Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to judge News Corp's bid for full control of BSkyB. She said that David Cameron was aware of Mr Hunt's support for the bid.
Downing Street has said in a statement that the memo sent by Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to David Cameron regarding the BSkyB bid was "entirely consistent with his public statements on the BSkyB bid prior to taking on the quasi-judicial role".
Latest ITV News reports
Documents released by the Leveson Inquiry reveal the extent of News Corp lobbyist Fred Michel's contacts with senior figures in Government.
Adam Smith tells the Leveson Inquiry about his resignation after James Murdoch gave his evidence.