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Mr Cameron was asked about meetings with members of the Murdoch family, which owns The Sun newspaper. He told how James Murdoch promised The Sun's support for the Conservatives at a meeting in September 2009 - prior to the May 2010 General Election, after which Mr Cameron became Prime Minister.
Cameron: "We [PM & Rebekah Brooks] got to know each other because of her role in the media... we struck up a friendship and that friendship grew even when she was supporting Gordon Brown."
Shortly before the Leveson Inquiry paused for a short break Mr Cameron said:
David Cameron says in no way does winning support of "this or that newspaper" guarantee success at a General Election. He added: "If anything circulations are getting smaller." Mr Cameron pointed out that most backed him in 2010 and the Tories did not get their majority.
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