Downing Street should relinquish its power to trigger investigations into ministerial misbehaviour, MPs are demanding.
Jeremy Hunt would not have been given responsibility for adjudicating on the BSkyB takeover bid if David Cameron had been told he could not do the job, the prime minister has told the Leveson inquiry.
Jeremy Hunt is the "right person" to oversee the London 2012 Olympics, David Cameron has said, but both the Lib Dems and Labour are not relieving pressure on the culture secretary.
Jeremy Hunt's former special adviser Adam Smith has insisted he did not resign because he behaved inappropriately in evidence to the Leveson inquiry.
Follow Frederic Michel and Adam Smith's evidence at the Leveson inquiry, on a day which could decide the fate of Jeremy Hunt, with our live blog.
David Cameron sees the Leveson inquiry as an "opportunity" to reassess the relationship between the media and politicians. But his desperate political positioning to save Jeremy Hunt only underlines the likelihood that nothing is likely to change.
Jeremy Hunt's senior civil servant has refused to explicitly back the embattled culture secretary.
James Murdoch's extraordinary evidence session at the Leveson inquiry has left media secretary Jeremy Hunt on the brink. Can he survive?
The European Union's highest court has issued a tough judgement on the Premier League, opening the door to football fans buying cheap foreign TV packages.
David Cameron is being told to "come clean" over his discussions about BSkyB with the Murdoch empire, after Labour sent a flurry of letters demanding answers.
James Murdoch will face another grilling from MPs if Labour backbencher Tom Watson gets his way.
James Murdoch has been backed unanimously by the BSkyB board, ahead of more devastating revelations in the phone-hacking scandal.
David Cameron said pre-election that the next big scandal would be secret corporate lobbying. Turns out he was right.
The extraordinary phone-hacking revelations of recent weeks are the result of justified public outrage. It is time to improve the 'fit and proper' person test for media owners.
Gordon Brown has hit out against Rupert Murdoch and the broader media, in an extraordinary Commons intervention.
Rupert Murdoch's £10 billion bid to takeover broadcaster BSkyB has been dramatically abandoned by News International.
All the details of a second of a historic day in parliament with politics.co.uk's minute-by-minute guide.
Three of the most senior members of the Liberal Democrats have demanded that Rupert Murdoch end his BSkyB bid.
Jeremy Hunt, a small woodland animal caught in the headlights, was run over repeatedly before Ed Miliband and co had finished with him.
David Cameron endured a bruising press conference this morning as he furiously tried to defend himself against questions over his judgement in hiring Andy Coulson.