Newspaper editors will hold crunch talks today after David Cameron warned that "the clock is ticking" to avoid regulation backed by law.
The Prime Minister has told the press it must act fast to convince politicians and the public that Lord Justice Leveson's call for statutory underpinning is not necessary.
The push for an agreement comes as Labour, the Liberal Democrats and victims of media abuses continue to demand full implementation of the judge's recommendations.
Mr Cameron's own party is also seriously split on the need for legislation.
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