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Wednesday 17th October 2012 | 14:07
Labour press release
Harriet Harman MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, responding to reports in the Independent that David Cameron has failed to disclose all of his emails to Rebekah Brooks and all of his emails to Andy Coulson to the Leveson Inquiry, said:
“The reports that the Prime Minister has not made a full disclosure to the Leveson Inquiry are deeply concerning.
“The Prime Minister set up the Leveson Inquiry to examine the culture, practices and ethics of the press including the relationships between the press and politicians. It presents an historic opportunity to solve longstanding problems with the press and it is therefore vital that the Leveson Inquiry has all of the evidence available.
“In order for the public to have total confidence, David Cameron should disclose all of his communications with Rebekah Brooks and all of his communications with Andy Coulson and let the Leveson Inquiry decide which are relevant. I have therefore written to the Prime Minister urging him to do that.”