Former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell has lost his High Court libel action over the "Plebgate" incident. He sued News Group Newspapers (NGN) over a September 2012 story in the Sun.
Andrew Mitchell looked "grim-faced" throughout the verdict as he learned he had lost his 'Plebgate' libel action, ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen has tweeted.
PC Toby Rowland claimed statements made Mr Mitchell from December 2012 onwards falsely suggested he had fabricated his allegations.
Mr Mitchell had denied saying: "Best you learn your f****** place - you don't run this f****** government - you're f****** plebs."
He said he would never call a policeman a pleb "let alone a f****** pleb" - although he agreed he muttered audibly under his breath 'I thought you lot were supposed to f****** help us' - but not at the officer.
The 58-year-old MP for Sutton Coldfield resigned as whip a month after the altercation.
The chairwoman of the Bristol Somali Forum said 14 men convicted of running a sex ring were criminals regardless of race.
The American wife of British financier Sir Chris Hohn, Jamie Cooper-Hohn, has been awarded £337 million by a High Court judge following a divorce money fight in London.
The judge at the Royal Courts of Justice has said he is "satisfied" Andrew Mitchell did use the "politically toxic word pleb" in the exchange with PC Toby Rowland at the Downing Street gates.
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen relayed Mr Justice Mitting's words from court, tweeting:
Mr Mitchell sued News Group Newspapers (NGN) over a September 2012 story in The Sun that claimed the then-chief whip had a branded police officer a "f****** bleb" for not allowing him to cycle through the Downing Street gate.
NGN based its report, which it said was substantially true, on the account given in his log by PC Toby Rowland.
A suspect wanted in connection with a double murder was “not known” to police in his native country of Lithuania, officers in the country have said.
Viktoras Bruzas, a 38-year-old builder, is a suspect in the killings of Gillian and Patrick Kettyle, who were found with stab wounds at their home in Fetcham, Surrey, in the early hours of this morning.
Lithuanian Police said that based on investigations so far, officers do not believe Bruzas had a criminal record in the country.
Former Government chief whip Andrew Mitchell has lost his High Court libel action over the "Plebgate" incident.
Mr Mitchell attempted to sue News Group Newspapers (NGN) over claims he called police officers "f*****g plebs" during an incident at Downing Street.
An explosion has shaken houses in the diplomatic quarter of the Afghan capital, Kabul and gunfire has been heard according to Reuters news agency.
Bastia striker Brandao has been sentenced to one-month in prison and fined €20,000 for headbutting Paris Saint-Germain's Thiago Motta.
The Brazilian carried out the offence following a Ligue 1 match in August.
It is expected that Brandao will end up serving his punishment in the form of community service, rather than in custody.
Tory MP Karl McCartney insists he has never favourited any tweets and says he will be writing to Twitter to express concern over the security of his account.
A political opponent earlier highlighted that his Twitter account had favourited an explicit pornographic image.
In a statement to ITV News, he said: