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.
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.
Charlotte Church and her parents have settled her phone-hacking damages action for £600,000.