Police searching for the body of missing toddler Madeleine McCann have found a letter in scrubland near the resort where Maddie and family were staying in 2007. The letter, said to be in good condition, is signed by Andrew Mitchell MP, and it appears to confess that Mitchell did call police officers 'plebs' when they refused him entry to Downing Street despite his claims to the contrary. The letter is written on House of Commons notepaper, addressed to David Cameron and signed in ink, miniscule traces of which 'were an exact match with those found on Mr Mitchell's bicycle clips' according to police forensic sources.
The Metropolitan Police has published the letter's contents, explaining that it was found less than 1000 metres and seven years from where the missing toddler was last seen.
I have to get this off my chest. Yes I did call those filthy little oiks plebs. We all know their game. I've had a word with Theresa, and she's going to take them down a peg or two (if that's possible) at the Police Federation conference. I know you'll keep this under your hat. Cops versus Conservatives? We'll win every time. This new breed of filth may have university degrees. What they haven't got is breeding, like what we have got. By the way I'm having a few days well-earned at this delightful little Portuguese resort. I've been coming here for years. Nice and secluded.
Must dash, it's the children's bedtime!
Ice cream heir turned Met chief Bernard Haagen Dasz said 'The forensics point to the letter being absolutely genuine. Our lads in Portugal have also found compelling evidence about the fate of the missing Malaysian airliner and that yacht that sank the other week. Meanwhile the search for Maddie continues.'