Charlotte Church 'has faith' over Leveson inquiry action

Charlotte Church says she's been "comforted" by a meeting with the prime minister, where she raised concerns about the future regulation of the press

You're never more than 24 hours away from a celebrity at the Tory conference.

If it's not Boris Johnson, it's Queen guitarist Brian May (here campaigning for badgers) or a vocalist with the rock group MP4 (better known as Cardiff West Labour MP Kevin Brennan).

Yesterday, the singer Charlotte Church arrived with other members of the Hacked Off pressure group to meet the prime minister.

She - and they - are worried that the government may continue with self-regulation of the industry even if Lord Justice Leveson recommends an independent regulator not controlled by editors.

Shortly after her meeting with David Cameron, she gave me a short interview.

Singer no wish to 'muzzle' press

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