More Welsh victims of phone hacking are emerging as the report into press standards is published. It's claimed that the Welsh Education Minisiter, Leighton Andrews had his phone hacked by journalists.
Lord Justice Leveson's eight month inquiry today concluded that there should be greater press regulation.
The finding has been welcomed by Chris Bryant, the MP for the Rhondda who was himself a victim of hacking.
Our Correspondent Esyllt Carr reports.
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