After the phone-hacking scandals, there had to be a report. It took its time, but it did come up with conclusions. Before they were published, Cameron gave a solemn promise that - unless they were really silly - he'd implement them. Yet here we are, years later, and little has changed. No legislation, and Cameron refusing to meet victims'representatives - while managing to find time to see Murdoch and his editors on no fewer than seven occasions. Yes, I think we know whose side he's on. did he make the promise and then just forget about it? Or did he always know it was worthless, and that he'd be able to bluff his way through, because he's friendly with the papers so they give him an easy ride? That's what you get when you elect a PR man - smooth words in a crisis, but no substantial change.