Politics Cameron texted Rebekah Brooks "a dozen" times a day The PM's text exchanges with Brooks could soon be published. Print HTML Peter Oborne's excoriating column on the Tories and the Murdochs in today's Telegraph includes the revelation that David Cameron texted former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks at least 12 times a day. Oborne writes: A fresh embarrassment concerns Rebekah Brooks, who providentially retained the text messages she received from the Prime Minister, which I’m told could exceed a dozen a day. These may now be published, a horrible thought. If true, it evidences why David Cameron's upcoming appearance at the Leveson inquiry (he will likely appear in mid-June) could prove so embarrassing for the Prime Minister. Indeed, last week's Sunday Times (£) reported that Brooks is "ready to disclose any text messages and emails between herself and David Cameron if required." (Cameron reportedly signed letters to her "Love, David".) It's easy to see how the news of Cameron's daily contact with the striking Brooks (Tweeters are already quipping about her being his "Monica Lewinsky") could permanently reduce him in the eyes of the public. › Cameron reaches for Ctrl-Alt-Del David Cameron with former Sun editor and News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks. George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles There are risks as well as opportunities ahead for George Osborne From "cockroaches" to campaigns: how the UK press u-turned on the refugee crisis Can non-voters win the next election for Labour?