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Plebgate meeting cops apology

West Midlands Police officers have said that they "did not plan to mislead anyone" over a meeting they held with Andrew Mitchell over claims he abused police. They also apologised for talking to the media after the meeting.

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IPCC questions plebgate police investigation

The IPCC has questioned the decision of three police forces not to discipline three officers after an investigation into a meeting in the wake of the plebgate scandal.

The former Chief Whip, Andrew Mitchell, met the trio to discuss reports he'd called Downing Street guards "plebs".

He denied shouting the insult - but the police watchdog says the officers may have lied about what he told them.

ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:

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