Downing Street rejects the suggestion that the Cabinet Secretary's review was "botched".
This review correctly concluded that the emails in question were unreliable. The Prime Minister wanted to keep Andrew Mitchell in his job, and was very supportive of him. At the time Andrew Mitchell apologised to the police and chose not to make a complaint to the IPCC - a path which was always available to him.
The Prime Minister takes full responsibility for the way the case was handled and has said repeatedly that what matters now is that the police get to the bottom of this matter.
More top news
A mother who told her son she was going to the supermarket - before flying to Australia - has been given a six-month suspended sentence.
The three-point turn and reverse around a corner could be out - but parallel parks are still in - under plans to overhaul driving tests.
The teaser trailer for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens has premiered online and in US cinemas.