12:28PM, Tuesday 29 May 2012
Home Secretary Theresa May has been giving evidence at the Leveson Inquiry this morning.
The MP for Maidenhead took to the witness stand at the High Court in London shortly after 10am.
She has been speaking about new guidelines over relationships between the police and the media, and also faces questions over Scotland Yard's phone-hacking probe.
The Leveson Inquiry is investigating the practice and ethics of the press.
Mrs May is the first serving cabinet minister to give evidence.
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