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    Fixed expression in place as David Cameron arrives to give evidence at the Leveson inquiry at the high court.


Jay turns to Cameron’s text messages to Brooks. He raises one text message sent in October 2009.
The Guardian’s Dan Sabbagh tweeted:

Brooks text implies clear common cause w Cameron; NewsInt and the Tories were allied. “Professionally we’re definitely in this together”
— Dan Sabbagh (@dansabbagh) June 14, 2012


Photograph: Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images
    Fixed expression in place as David Cameron arrives to give evidence at the Leveson inquiry at the high court.

    Jay turns to Cameron’s text messages to Brooks. He raises one text message sent in October 2009.

    The Guardian’s Dan Sabbagh tweeted:

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    David Cameron and his deputy, Nick Clegg, prepare to renew their coalition vows as they head off for a visit to Essex. The two plan to reaffirm their commitment to tackling Britain’s record deficit and rebuilding the shattered economy in the face of continuing turmoil in EuropePhotograph: Nick Ansell/PA

    David Cameron and his deputy, Nick Clegg, prepare to renew their coalition vows as they head off for a visit to Essex. The two plan to reaffirm their commitment to tackling Britain’s record deficit and rebuilding the shattered economy in the face of continuing turmoil in EuropePhotograph: Nick Ansell/PA

  3. How to follow the 2012 local council and mayoral elections

    Election day live with Paul Owen and Andrew Sparrow:

    As well as the battle for London mayor and elections to the London assembly, which acts as a check on the mayor, there are also elections to 130 councils in England (of a total of 353), all 32 councils in Scotland, and 21 of 22 Welsh councils (elections to Anglesey Council postponed to next May).

    Meanwhile two other cities are voting for an elected mayor: Salford and Liverpool.

    And 11 cities will hold referendums to decide whether they should have an elected mayor: Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Coventry, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Nottingham, Sheffield and Wakefield.

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