Today the government announced another consultation into press regulation, even though it has already held an independent judge-led inquiry by Lord Leveson into press standards and ethics. Four years ago David Cameron said victims of press intrusion must not be "thrown to the wolves". But today in Parliament Culture Secretary Karen Bradley refused to answer basic questions about her plans. Did the Prime Minister discuss Leveson when she met Rupert Murdoch in September? Does Lord Leveson approve of this ten-week consultation? Will she allow him to make a public statement? And has she spoken to the parents of Millie Dowler and to other victims of press intrusion about the proposals?
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