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David Davis: 'Police must tell whole truth'

3 November 2013 Last updated at 16:21 GMT

A senior conservative MP has criticised three Police Federation reps for failing to "tell the whole truth" about the so-called Plebgate affair involving former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.

David Davis, a former shadow home secretary and friend of Mr Mitchell, said the public should be able to trust the police force.

He told the BBC: "The small number of bad apples ought to be capable of being taken out and dealt with."

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