The Liberal Democrats, of course, should vote with Labour on this.
If you want to know why, read Martin Bright on the Spectator Coffee House blog:
Has there ever been such a woeful performance at a public inquiry as Jeremy Hunt’s yesterday? There has rarely been a frontline politician as vain and primping as the Culture Secretary and it is hard to imagine one with so little self-knowledge.And:
It is now beyond question that Jeremy Hunt was batting for the Murdochs. The sight of an elected politician fawning to the hereditary heir to a billionaire media mogul is repellent enough
In keeping Jeremy Hunt in post, the Prime Minister has decided to back a man who used his young special adviser as a human shield, ratted on a Cabinet colleague when he was the victim of a newspaper sting and then has the audacity to represent himself as a man of principle.