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Cameron said to be willing to return ex-chief whip to government

British prime minister David Cameron may restore Andrew Mitchell, the British minister who resigned over alleged insults to police.

19th December, 2012

British prime minister David Cameron may restore Andrew Mitchell, the British minister who resigned over alleged insults to police, to office if new evidence exonerates him, a person familiar with the premier’s thinking said.

Mitchell quit his job as the Tory party’s chief whip on October 19th after weeks of pressure over a verbal attack on police. The opposition Labour Party had led calls for him to resign after The Sun newspaper reported...

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