Shadow culture secretary Harriet Harman has told ITV Daybreak: "the trouble is is that what is evident is that [Jeremy Hunt] had already made up his mind that he was in favour of the [BSkyB takeover] bid."
She said she called for his resignation because "it is the job of the opposition - and it ought to be the job of the prime minister as well - to keep high standards in public office."
"It's like a judge working out his judgements in advance with one side of the case, then coming to the bench, putting a wig on a reporting it."
News International bosses fell victim to a "cover-up" over the hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch told the Leveson Inquiry today.
Today's Leveson hearings focus on the relationship between David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch and the media boss' role in the hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch will answer questions on the phone-hacking scandal at the Leveson Inquiry today.