Cameron at Leveson: Ministerial code needs to change

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The Prime Minister David Cameron has said the Ministerial Code needs to change following the row over Jeremy Hunt's handling of News International's bid to take full control of BSkyB.

The prime minister was giving evidence before the Leveson Inquiry into press standards.

He said ministers and special advisors needed adequate training and briefings to be "properly prepared" to take on such quasi-judicial decisions in the future.

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