Downing Street has dismissed claims by Labour that David Cameron had changed his views on Leveson by drafting a bill to implement Leveson's recommendations, insisting "the PM's position has not moved an inch":
He has deep misgivings about statutory regulation.
The exercise of drawing up a Bill will demonstrate how complicated it would be to introduce press laws.
As the PM said in the House, we have done some similar work over the past few weeks to look at what clauses might look like, and they always end up being more complicated and far reaching than first thought.
A man who won libel damages after his arrest over the murder of a woman has written to MPs asking them to back Leveson's recommendations.
About 2,000 editors will sign up to a new independent press watchdog, the chairman of the Press Complaints Commission has said.
The Prime Minister has taken a political gamble by holding differing views to the victims, the Leveson inquiry and a majority of MPs.