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Hacking: Tory MP Philip Davies on MPs contacting police

25 June 2014 Last updated at 14:43 BST

Those who now claim they knew there was a problem with Andy Coulson in 2007 should explain why they never passed this information on to the police, says a Conservative MP.

The prime minister said he could only agree with Philip Davies, who read from a 2010 select committee report during Prime Minister's Questions, as he accused the opposition of "trying to rewrite history" over the phone-hacking claims.

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