David Cameron has said he is "extremely sorry" about the "bad decision" to appoint Andy Coulson as his Director of Communications.
The Prime Minister also told ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby that there had been no complaints about the work Mr Coulson had done for him in his communications role.
Mr Cameron then left the room without answering a question about whether or not he felt sorry for Mr Coulson.
If the PM sustained damage over the phone hacking verdicts, it's because he didn't ask his former communications chief enough questions.
David Cameron is on the hook twice at Downing Street; firstly for employing Andy Coulson and secondly for bringing him into Government.