David Cameron's grilling at the Leveson Inquiry is expected to focus on issues such as the appointment of Andy Coulson as Downing Street spin chief and his friendship with former News International Chief Executive Rebekah Brooks.
Both ex-tabloid editors' appearances at the inquiry threw up a series of questions over Mr Cameron's own actions both as opposition leader and after entering 10 Downing Street in 2010.
The Prime Minister conceded in the wake of the phone hacking scandal that he was guilty like his predecessors of getting too close to media proprietors and has called for relations to be "reset".
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.
It was a calm Prime Minister in the chair at the Leveson Inquiry explaining why he had so many meetings with editors and media owners.