Speaking on the Andrew Marr show this morning Hugh Grant has described how he felt on reading the Leveson report and David Cameron's subsequent refusal to back it;
"We thought the report was intelligent and clever - but mild, the mild end of what everyone had hoped for. But the up side of it being mild is that there's no way that the Prime Minister can't endorse this. This is something that can get through.
"We then sat therewith a bunch of 50-60 ordinarily, non-celebrity victims, watching the Prime Minister speak in the Commons and the feeling was one of astonishment, and betrayal."
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.