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Leveson Inquiry: how the truth about David Cameron's meetings was revealed

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Leveson Inquiry: how the truth about David Cameron's meetings was revealed

Post by Guest on 14.06.12 11:23

Leveson Inquiry: how the truth about David Cameron's meetings was revealed

The Prime Minister will be quizzed today about his close relationship with News International executives after details of many meetings leaked out over recent months. See how long it took for the full truth about David Cameron's meetings to be revealed.

By Cal Flyn, graphic by Mark Oliver and Dan Palmer

9:45AM BST 14 Jun 2012

The scale of Mr Cameron's contact with News International was initially said to be as little as ten brief meetings, according to the official releases.

That number expanded to more than 50 occasions.

Later disclosures included a trip to the Murdoch family yacht and a covert meeting at an Oxfordshire horse race, information gleaned from individuals testifying at the Leveson inquiry.

Full details of every meeting can be found in the table below

Cameron's meetings with News International executives

DateKnown meetings

26th June 2006Dinner for David Cameron at Brooks Club, attended by James Murdoch
4th July 2006Dinner hosted by George Osborne, attended by James Murdoch and Cameron.
4th April 2007Social dinner between James Murdoch and David Cameron with his wife.
22nd January 2008Breakfast at Stafford Hotel, London, between Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch and David Cameron.
15th July 2008Dinner hosted by Sunday Times deputy editor Martin Ivens, with James Murdoch, David and Samantha Cameron, and others.


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