7 December 2012 8:42 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Hugh Grant will keep on talking as long as it takes to find justice in the infamous British phone-hacking scandal. After Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron vowed to support a system of press regulation in regards to the News International phone-hacking scandal, he has now—according to Grant—gone back on his word and jumped back in bed with the tabloids. Last week, Lord Justice Leveson published his report on U.K. press standards with recommendations for Internet privacy laws, and the Hollywood actor turned antihacking lobbyist claims the public is "aghast" at David Cameron's disapproval of the statutory underpinning of press regulation.  "To say that over and over »

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