Harriet Harman on Hunt, Livingstone and local elections

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When Harriet Harman was asked if she had already decided the culture secretary had "acted totally inappropriately" before reading the email evidence raised at the Leveson Inquiry, she said: "Absolutely".

The deputy Labour leader was asked about the future of Jeremy Hunt, David Cameron and the ministerial code, Labour's poll ratings and key party figures turning against Ken Livingstone in the Sunday Interview with Andrew Neil.

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