Leveson: Hugh Grant slams Cameron's press reform plan

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The actor and Hacked Off campaigner, Hugh Grant, has criticised David Cameron's plans for press reform.

Speaking on The Andrew Marr Show, he described the proposal for a Royal Charter as having either "glaring omissions" or "moth holes, designed by press lawyer, which can later be exploited".

Culture Secretary Maria Miller says she hopes a cross-party "solution" is possible within 24 hours, ahead of a Commons vote on Monday.

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