The police officer at the centre of the Plebgate row has said the "pain" of going through the courts "has been indescribable" after a judge found in his favour over Andrew Mitchell.
Speaking outside the High Court, PC Toby Rowland said he had "huge regret" that "what happened at the gates of Downing Street more than two years ago ended up here".
He said he and his team had tried "everything possible" to avoid court action.
"I am delighted that here again my innocence, integrity and reputation as a police officer has been recognised," he added.
PC Rowland also called for a "line to be drawn" over the incident.
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