Rebekah Brooks' meetings with party leaders: the list

 

This is the list of meetings with prime ministers handed to the Leveson Inquiry by Rebekah Brooks.

She stressed the list, compiled from her personal assistant's desk diaries, is incomplete.

Tony Blair

June 12, 1998 - dinner

June 21, 1998 - dinner at 10 Downing Street

June 24, 1998 - dinner

November 15, 1999 - dinner

May 18, 2000 - lunch

December 10, 2001 - lunch

January 16, 2002 - drinks party

April 21, 2005 - meeting at 10 Downing Street

August 5, 2005 - meeting

September 1, 2005 - dinner

April 6, 2006 - dinner at restaurant

June 12, 2006 - dinner at home of Matthew Freud and Elizabeth Murdoch

July 24, 2006 - dinner

September 20, 2006 - dinner

December 1, 2006 - meeting at Chequers

January 21, 2007 - drinks at 10 Downing Street

April 25, 2007 - dinner at restaurant

May 15, 2007 - dinner at restaurant

May 8, 2007 - meeting in Woodstock, Oxfordshire

Gordon Brown

August 1, 2007 - meeting at 10 Downing Street

September 9, 2007 - lunch

December 18, 2007 - drinks

March 10, 2008 - dinner

January 15, 2009 - dinner at Mr Brown's home

March 30, 2009 - telephone call

David Cameron

June 13, 2010 - lunch at Chequers

August 13, 2010 - drinks at Chequers

October 4, 2010 - drinks

October 9, 2010 - drinks at Chequers

December 23, 2010 - drinks at home of Rebekah and Charlie Brooks

This is the list submitted to the inquiry of meetings with opposition leaders from 1997 to 2011, again said to be incomplete.

Tony Blair

March 27, 1997 - meeting at House of Commons

William Hague

July 20, 1998 - meeting

June 21, 2000 - meeting

August 10, 2000, breakfast meeting at restaurant

Iain Duncan Smith

July 16, 2003 - dinner

October 7, 2003 - drinks

Michael Howard

March 3, 2004 - dinner at restaurant

(July 14, 2004 - meeting

July 15, 2004 - breakfast meeting at restaurant

October 5, 2005 - meeting

February 21, 2005 - dinner at restaurant

David Cameron

January 18, 2006 - lunch

June 15, 2006 - meeting at hotel

October 2, 2006 - dinner at Highcliffe

January 16, 2007 - lunch at News International

March 24, 2007 - dinner

January 22, 2008 - breakfast meeting

August 2008 - meeting in Santorini, Greece

May 3, 2009 - lunch at home of James and Kathryn Murdoch

September 1, 2009 - meeting

September 21, 2009 - dinner at home of James and Kathryn Murdoch

October 24, 2009 - dinner at Mr Cameron's home

November 2, 2009 - breakfast meeting

December 19, 2009 - dinner at home of Rebekah and Charlie Brooks

January 21, 2010 - dinner at home of James & Kathryn Murdoch

Nick Clegg

April 22, 2008 - meeting at News International

March 16, 2010 - lunch at News International

August 17, 2010 - lunch at a hotel

February 22, 2011 - lunch at News International

Ed Miliband

September 15, 2010 - lunch, during the Labour Party leadership campaign

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