The British people will form the jury in May next year. There is only one possible verdict.
The Labour leader says the PM’s decision to employ the former News of the World editor “taints David Cameron’s government”.
The prime minister makes his long-promised apology after his former communications director was found guilty of phone hacking.
450,000 words, over 2.5m keystrokes, 12,000 followers and about seven months of coverage later, first-time trial live-tweeter Peter Jukes can finally give his fingers a rest.
One title, renowned for its prurient interests, seems to have strangely missed the story.
Before the start of the trial of his former communications director on Monday, a reminder of the PM's words in 2011.
It is not helpful for a man about to stand trial to remind everyone just how well he knows "David".
The pair face new charges over alleged illegal payments to public officials.
Eight of the thirteen people arrested on suspicion of phone hacking will face charges.