'A law is needed to stop press havoc': Lord Leveson calls for
'genuinely independent and effective watchdog to protect innocent
members of the public'
Lord Leveson calls for sweeping changes underpinned by law
His landmark report attacks press for 'wreaking havoc' on peoples' lives
Prime Minister says statutory regulation of press is not necessary and
could impinge on free speech
Deep tensions in Coalition as Clegg makes separate statement and
opposes David Cameron's view
John Yates criticised for being too friendly with News International
journalists being investigated for phone hacking
Recommends powerful new watchdog to regulate 'outrageous behaviour'
Regulator would have power to issue fines of up to £1m
David Cameron 'got too close' and tried to woo Murdoch empire
but there was 'no pact'
By JAMES CHAPMAN, MATT CHORLEY and MARTIN ROBINSON
Daily Mail (UK)
PUBLISHED: 18:20 EST, 28 November 2012 | UPDATED: 12:50 EST, 29 November 2012