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David Cameron said "self-regulation is not working". The Prime Minister added "what has taken a long time to go wrong will take a long time to put right."
Asked about media lobbying David Cameron said: "The BBC can be quite an aggressive lobbyist."
David Cameron told James Murdoch that what Vince Cable said was embarrassing for the government, but he ensured the bid would be dealt with properly.
On giving the BSkyB bid to Jeremy Hunt, David Cameron said it became impossible for the Business Secretary Vince Cable to adjudicate. The answer Cameron reached with the advice of the Permanent Secretary was to go for Jeremy Hunt instead.
David Cameron says the job of Jeremy Hunt is to partly to speak up for British media companies - including the BBC and BSkyB. The Prime Minister discovered on December 21 what Mr Hunt’s public views were but he said it was not "high up my list of issues".
Referring to phone hacking David Cameron says there were a number of failures involved - to prevent it, for police to investigate and select committees to get to the bottom of it.
David Cameron spoke to his wife during the lunch break. She confirmed they saw Rebekah Brooks every six weeks.
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Questions about David Cameron's relationship with the 'Chipping Norton set' made for an incredibly uncomfortable-looking PM at Leveson.
There are many questions left unanswered after the Prime Minister's appearance at the Leveson Inquiry.