Adam Smith told Jeremy Hunt he would resign if the pressure became too great. But Hunt said "it won't come to that," says Smith.
Smith describes a "very pressured mood" in Jeremy Hunt's office after James Murdoch gave his evidence. But he says it was agreed I was just doing my job.
The mood then changed the next day and he was told "everyone here thinks you need to go".
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.
So it will be a big week at Leveson next week. Jeremy Hunt will finally get the chance to put his side of the story.