David Cameron is set to face more questions about his links to Andy Coulson today as a jury resumes deliberations on whether the former Number 10 spin doctor is guilty of further charges.
Coulson was convicted yesterday of plotting to hack phones while he was editor of the News of the World, prompting an apology from the Prime Minister for hiring him.
After Ed Miliband questioned the "serious error of judgement", Mr Cameron appears likely to be asked about the ex-News of the World editor at Prime Minister's Questions this lunchtime.
Married father-of-three Coulson was recruited by Chancellor George Osborne to head up the Tory media operation within months of resigning as News of the World editor in January 2007.
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.