Hugh Grant fears no new press laws after Leveson

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The actor Hugh Grant has spoken of his fears there will not be new laws to regulate the press after the Leveson inquiry.

Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show, the actor revealed that the Prime Minister promised him that if the Leveson recommendations were not "bonkers" they would be implemented.

He also discussed the implications for the press of new government regulation.

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