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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