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Category: Computer Investigations
17 October, 2012
The prime minister is facing pressure to release dozens of email exchanges between himself, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson.
David Cameron reportedly withheld the documents from the Leveson inquiry after seeking legal advice into his disclosure obligations, according to the Independent.
Some of the communications are thought to be embarrassing but Downing Street is reported to have been advised they were not relevant to the inquiry.
Speaking to the newspaper, Chris Bryant, shadow Home Office spokesman and a victim of hacking, urged the prime minister to reveal the emails to the public.
"The PM must make sure that every single communication that passed between himself and Brooks and Coulson is made available to the inquiry, and more important, to the public," he said.
Email and mobile phone evidence has been vital to the Leveson inquiry into phone hacking at the News of the World.
Many ministers have already provided the inquiry with evidence, including the prime minister, on a voluntary basis.
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