Politics 11 May 2012 How Cameron signed off his texts to Brooks Note to Dave: "LOL" doesn't mean "lots of love". Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML A lovely vignette from Rebekah Brooks's appearance at the Leveson inquiry: He would sign them off 'DC' in the main, occasionally he would sign them off 'LOL', lots of love, actually until I told him it meant 'laugh out loud'. Brooks described the claim that Cameron sent her "a dozen" texts a day as "preposterous". "I would text Mr Cameron, and vice versa, on occasion," she said. "Between January 2010, during election campaign ... on average, once a week." Update: Here's the cringe-making footage of Brooks discussing the texts. › The Lib Dems must not accept the snoopers' charter David Cameron with former Sun editor and News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks. George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Tim Farron sacks former MP David Ward Michael Dugher interview: "A remarkable achievement" for Jeremy Corbyn to be doing so badly General election 2017: Why don't voters get more angry about public spending cuts?