The brutal but necessary questions that need to be answered.
Who was in charge of editing Fiona Woolf’s letter to the Home Secretary?
Was Theresa May involved, or kept abreast of it?
Whose decision was it to omit Ms Woolf’s assertion that she and Leon Brittan had two dinners with just their spouses attending?
Why was it done, and in hindsight, was it a mistake?
Why was any mention of Colin Tucker, a struck-off solicitor and Woolf’s steward as Lord Mayor of London, also omitted?
Does Downing Street have any objection to witnesses being compelled to attend and will all requested documents be provided?