Labour leader Ed Miliband has said David Cameron still faces "unanswered questions" over the phone hacking saga.
In a speech urging people in power to "act with responsibility" - he again attacked the PM for hiring a former News of the World editor at No 10.
Mr Miliband said Mr Cameron was refusing to face up to his decisions.
Mr Cameron has said he wanted to give Andy Coulson - who quit as editor over phone hacking but said he had not known about it - a "second chance".
But the Conservative MP John Baron told BBC Radio 4's World at One the decision to hire Mr Coulson might have been "an own goal".'Not even apologised'