David Cameron has the full support of Rebekah and Charlie Brooks, following their questioning concerning allegations of perverting the Prime Minister.
'We can definitely affirm' they announced in a joint statement, released today by Andy Coulson 'that we never managed to pervert David.'
This effectively scotches rumours that several acts involving horses had taken place in stables owned by the media couple. Andy Coulson confirmed that 'David is not into horses.'
So the full impact of hacking revelations for News International now seems to be over. Government plans to wind up the Leveson inquiry will spring into operation soon and the report will be filed alongside back copies of the 'News of the World'.
'I am glad this unfortunate episode is drawing to a close' declared Cameron from his American hideout 'we shall be pulling out of involvement with the Murdoch empire as soon as we feel the journalists themselves can deal with their problems.'
This is the start of the hand over to those who have, until recently, been taking actions which they have foolishly allowed to become public knowledge.