1. Tom Bradby

Rebekah Brooks holds fire on potential political targets

How damaging was Rebekah Brooks' evidence for David Cameron and Jeremy Hunt?

The answer is not particularly damaging. The email relating to Mr Hunt is tricky and unhelpful but still falls into the same category as those other allegations made against him.

The story of the day is this: Rebekah Brooks could have done a great deal of damage to David Cameron. It seems me that she chose not to.

The 'LOL' text message stuff was humiliating for him, but not politically damaging. She also chose not to recite details of tense conversations with Gordon Brown.

Overall I think she took a clear decision to hold fire.