(PRWEB UK) 1 October 2012
The document, printed by the Daily Telegraph, is the first time an account of the event has been published in full and appears to support the claim that Andrew Mitchell called officers “Plebs”, an accusation which he has so far denied. The log describing the incident which occurred on Wednesday, details Mitchell’s outburst after he was asked to use an alternative gate whilst cycling home. It is alleged that the cabinet minister used a string of foul language directed towards the police. Despite maintaining that “he did not use the words attributed to me”, the issue has continued to dominate the media.
In a light-hearted response to the affair, the innovative designers at 8 Ball have designed a “Pleb” t-shirt. Known for their original style and sense of humour, the firm often provide a range of satirical and political tees. As the latest in their collection, the design contains the word “PLEB” in bold letters across a plain background.
Available in red, blue and olive green, customers also have a choice of five sizes to select from. Readers are being advised to place orders at their earliest convenience, with a high level of interest expected.
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