Milly Dowler's sister has slammed the "incestuous" relationship between Britain's top politicians and the media as she spoke out in the wake of the first verdicts in the phone hacking trial.
Gemma Dowler, whose younger sister's phone was hacked after her disappearance in 2002, said she wanted to ensure "something good" came out of the scandal and called on David Cameron to make good on promises he made to her family over press regulation.
"Ordinary people have suffered terribly from journalists who recklessly intruded into private grief and stole private information," she said in a video.
Miss Dowler also branded the new press watchdog Ipso "meaningless," claiming, "This is just the newspapers looking after themselves."
"Something needs to be done to make sure what happened to my family doesn't happen again," she added.
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.