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Fraser Nelson, editor of The Spectator, tells Channel 4 News the deal struck between the three main parties means the end of a free press. Conservative MP George Eustice disagrees.
David Cameron welcomes agreement on press regulation, saying it is not a "press law". But Labour and Liberal Democrats say the deal involves a royal charter backed by law. So what was agreed?
David Cameron's team say they won concessions from Labour and the Liberal Democrats in negotiations over press regulation. But history may judge that it was Mr Cameron whose bluff was called.
David Cameron faces pressure from all sides after pulling the plug on cross-party talks on press reform.
In a hastily-arranged press conference at Downing Street, David Cameron announces cross-party talks on press reforms have "concluded without agreement".