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Leveson Inquiry - module three

During the week beginning Wednesday 9 May, the Leveson Inquiry on media ethics and press regulation heard from witnesses including police and journalists.

The inquiry also began module three of the inquiry on Thursday 10 May.

Module three is dealing with relations between media figures and politicians.

Full coverage of module one of the inquiry, which ran from November 2011 to February 2012, can be found here.

Full coverage of the second module, dealing with the relationships between the press and police and the extent to which that has operated in the public interest, can be found here.

Full coverage of the week in which newspaper proprietors, including Rupert and James Murdoch, gave evidence can be found here.

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Tuesday 26 June
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Witnesses during the morning session were John Lloyd, from the Financial Times; Tim Colbourne, special advisor to Nick Clegg and Giles Crown, solicitor to the Bowles family

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Lib Dem MP Norman Lamb; former MP David Mellor and Jillian Brady, from Virgin Atlantic gave evidence to the inquiry

Monday 25 June
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Former Times Assistant Editor Peter Riddell; the Independent's political editor Andy Grice; and Phil Webster, also from the Times, gave evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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In the afternoon, the Leveson Inquiry heard from Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow and the Mail on Sunday's political editor, Simon Walters

Thursday 14 June
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Prime Minister David Cameron appeared at the inquiry during the morning session

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Mr Cameron continued his evidence to the inquiry during the afternoon session

Wednesday 13 June

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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg appeared in front of the Leveson inquiry in the morning session

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Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond gave evidence

Tuesday 12 June
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Sir John Major gave evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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Labour leader Ed Miliband and Harriet Harman MP appeared before the inquiry

Monday 11 June

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Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave evidence

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Chancellor George Osborne gave evidence during the afternoon session

Thursday 31 May
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Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt began his evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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Mr Hunt continued his evidence

Wednesday 30 May
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Business Secretary Vince Cable gave evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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Justice Secretary Ken Clarke gave evidence to the inquiry

Tuesday 29 May

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Home Secretary Theresa May gave evidence to the inquiry in the morning session

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Education Secretary Michael Gove gave evidence to the inquiry

Monday 28 May

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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair testified to the inquiry

Friday 25 May
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Former special advisor Adam Smith concluded his evidence to the inquiry

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The Department of Culture's Permanent Secretary Jonathan Stephens gave evidence to the inquiry

Thursday 24 May
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Former News International public affairs executive Frederic Michel and Lord Brooke gave evidence to the inquiry

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Mr Michel continued with his evidence to the inquiry, followed by Jeremy Hunt's former special advisor Adam Smith

Wednesday 23 May
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Stephen Dorrell MP and broadcaster Andrew Marr gave evidence to the inquiry

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Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman and Lord Reid gave evidence to the inquiry

Tuesday 22 May

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Labour MPs Tom Watson and Alan Johnson both gave evidence to the inquiry during the morning session

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Lord Smith gave evidence to the inquiry

Monday 21 May
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Former Cabinet minster Tessa Jowell spoke to the inquiry during the morning session

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Lord Mandelson gave evidence during the inquiry's afternoon session

Thursday 17 May
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Telegraph columnist Peter Oborne gave evidence to the inquiry

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Sir Harold Evans, former editor of the Sunday Times, gave evidence by video link

Wednesday 16 May
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Labour MP Jack Straw gave evidence to the inquiry in the only session of the day

Tuesday 15 May
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Lord Wakeham, former chairman of the Press Complaints Commission, gave evidence to the inquiry

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The inquiry questioned Adam Boulton, political editor of Sky News

Monday 14 May

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Lord O'Donnell, former Cabinet Secretary, gave evidence during the morning session

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Alastair Campbell, former head of communications at Downing Street, gave evidence to the inquiry

Friday 11 May
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Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive at News International, gave evidence during the morning session of the inquiry

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Mrs Brooks gave evidence during the afternoon session on 11 May

Thursday 10 May
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Viscount Rothermere, chairman of Daily Mail and General Trust, gave evidence. The inquiry also investigated reports in the Independent on Sunday about Andy Coulson's appearance at the inquiry and his witness statement. John Mullin, the editor of the newspaper, gave evidence. Robert Jay QC, counsel for the inquiry, made a statement opening the third module of the inquiry, dealing with relations between media figures and politicians

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Former NoW editor and Downing Street communications chief Andy Coulson gave evidence to the inquiry

Wednesday 9 May
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Witnesses at the morning session included DCI Brendan Gilmour and T/ACC Russell Middleton, from Devon and Cornwall Police

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Martin Clarke, editor of Mail Online, gave evidence in the afternoon session




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