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Hunt and Campbell row over PM's texts to Mrs Brooks

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt disagreed with 5 live Breakfast's Nicky Campbell over the relevance of David Cameron's texts to Rebekah Brooks in light of the Leveson inquiry.

Mr Hunt asked the presenter why there was a "salacious interest" in the texts but Mr Campbell replied that it was in the public interest to know the relationship between prime ministers and newspaper editors.

In one text message, the PM thanked Mrs Brooks for letting him ride one of her family's horses and in another she praised Mr Cameron's Tory Party conference speech in October 2009, saying: "Brilliant speech. I cried twice," and pledged, "Will love working together".

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