Archive of 21 May 2012
MPs will debate attempts by News International executives' to mislead parliament tomorrow, in a historic Commons session.
Peter Mandelson has used his appearance at the Leveson inquiry to attack former Met assistant commissioner John Yates, saying he considered taking him to court.
The prime minister has denied reports that he enjoys a leisurely lifestyle at Downing Street, saying he is "completely dedicated" to his job.
The British government has tried to bring the two sides of the eurozone debate together with separate messages to the Greek and German people on the back of a G8 meeting in the US.
Tessa Jowell has admitted spending years of her life checking nearby cars for members of the press as she explained the impact phone-hacking had on her private life.