Archive of 20 July 2011
David Cameron faced a hostile Commons this lunchtime as he confronted the political consequences of his decision to hire former No 10 communications chief Andy Coulson.
The coalition is enduring its worst approval ratings as the phone-hacking scandal continues - but Labour is struggling to capitalise.
The Murdochs and the Metropolitan police face heavy criticism in a report on phone-hacking published by the home affairs committee this morning.
The comedian who took public anger into his own hands by attacking Rupert Murdoch with an improvised custard pie has been charged by police.
Chris Bryant has said that "very senior people at Buckingham Palace" were concerned about David Cameron's decision to hire Andy Coulson.