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Welsh singer Charlotte Church has met the Prime Minister tonight over the phone-hacking scandal.
She's signed an open letter seeking reassurance from David Cameron that he won't rule out recommendations made in the forthcoming Leveson report.
Other high-profile phone-hacking victims have also put their names to the letter.
Ms Church told ITV Wales why it was so important for her to meet the Prime Minister.
Charlotte Church has arrived at the Conservatives conference in Birmingham to meet Prime Minister, David Cameron.
She will hand in a letter to the Prime Minister, signed by more than 50 victims of the phone hacking scandal, expressing that trust in the media cannot be restored if the press is allowed to continue with a system of self-regulation.
Our reporter David Wood sends this update from London's High Court following Charlotte Church's £600,000 phone-hacking settlement.
Charlotte Church has reportedly settled her phone-hacking damages claim against News Group Newspapers, the publishers of the News of the World. A trial was due to start to consider allegations that her voicemail had been hacked. Today she'll give a statement outside London's High Court.
Latest ITV News reports
Prime Minister will consider introducing a new independent regulator with the power to fine errant newspapers following the Leveson Inquiry.
Charlotte Church wants reassurance that the Prime Minister will consider the Leveson inquiry into phone-hacking with an open mind.