The Chief Whip gave the saga new life by shouting that he "didn't" swear at the police.
Chief Whip will be told to "come clean" when he meets West Midlands police officers today.
Chief whip, accused of calling police "plebs", did not want to be a "distraction".
Police were right to threaten the Chief Whip with arrest for swearing, says the Mayor of London.
Lib Dem ministers are in danger of looking like helpless passengers in a right-wing government.
Whether or not the Chief Whip said “plebs” is irrelevant if he is allowed to evade the rule of law applicable to the ordinary people, says Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi.
If the Chief Whip survives, so will the stench his behaviour left.
Chief whip continues to deny that he called the police "plebs".
Chief whip reportedly launched into a class-based rant against officers.
Cameron needs to show leadership in his own parliament.