A report out today says David Cameron brought in the the wrong person to investigate 'Plebgate'.
Andrew Mitchell has written a piece in which he has accused the police of trying to destroy his career in a smear campaign.
An investigation into the "Plebgate" scandal, involving Andrew Mitchell, has raised questions about leaked police accounts of the incident.
Andrew Mitchell's lawyers sent The Sun a "letter before action" last month, putting it on notice that the Conservative MP intended to sue.
At the time, his lawyer Graham Atkins told The Guardian: "We are seeking damages, an apology, an undertaking that the words complained of are not repeated, and costs."
The newspaper was the first to break the story of Mr Mitchell's row with the officers at Downing Street, which became known as the "Plebgate" scandal.
The Sun's political editor Tom Newton Dunn has confirmed the newspaper will defend itself against a libel writ from Andrew Mitchell.
Andrew Mitchell has told ITV News Central he is pleased at the progress being made in the so called 'Plebgate' investigation.
The Metropolitan police has tonight handed a dossier of evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service.
It follows an incident at the gates of Downing Street last September when the Sutton Coldfield MP was asked to get off his bike and use a side exit. Police officers claim the MP called them "plebs" - an allegation vehemently denied by Mr Mitchell.
Mr Mitchell told ITV News Central he took a call from the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan police about the latest developments as he was attending an event in his constituency. He said he has always maintained he was "fitted up" by the police in an effort to toxify the tories.
Operation Alice officers were tasked with investigating who passed information to The Sun and The Telegraph newspaper regarding the "Plebgate" incident, including whether the leak came from within the police force or from a third party.
They examined a police witness statement from the incident and investigated if there was a conspiracy between the officer and another party.
They also investigated claims made by Andrew Mitchell that police lied in the police log of the incident.
I've just got off the phone to Andrew Mitchell, the MP accused of calling police officers in Downing Street plebs - which he's always denied.
He told me he was informed by the IPCC yesterday that police files into what happened were about to be handed over to the CPS. He was also contacted earlier today by the police officer in charge to say it was about to happen.
Scotland Yard officers carried out inquiries as part of Operation Alice, the investigation in connection with an incident involving then Cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell in Downing Street.
A copy of the file handed to the Crown Prosecution Service was also given to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, which is supervising the investigation.
The incident in September last year became popularly known as "Plebgate" following claims, denied by Mr Mitchell, that the MP called officers "plebs" in a dispute.
Scotland Yard has passed a file of evidence linked to the "Plebgate" scandal to the Crown Prosecution Service, the force has said.
At least 10 police officers are suspected of being involved in an alleged plot to discredit ex-cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell, who was accused of calling Downing Street armed guards “plebs”, according to a report by the Sunday Times (£).
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has expanded its part in the criminal investigation into the incident after receiving new information.
The female police officer who was arrested over alleged media leaks about the "plebgate" affair was present at Downing Street during the time of the incident in September, the Metropolitan Police said.