Mitchell did call Pcs plebs - judge

Pc Toby Rowland addresses the media outside the High Court

A High Court judge has decided that former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell did call Pc Toby Rowland a "pleb" because the officer did not have the "wit, imagination or inclination" to invent it.

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