Nigel Evans MP on court case and Parliament return
The former deputy Speaker who was cleared of a series of sex charge described facing people "exaggerating" plus twists and lies at his trial.
Nigel Evans said his "perception of the police is perhaps not what it was" and he recalled the five-week trial into several allegations made by seven men.
And the Tory MP told Andrew Neil on the Daily Politics about getting hugs from MPs across the politics divide, including Glenda Jackson and George Galloway, and he said David Cameron had been "absolutely superb".
Andrew Neil asked him about his his bid to stand again for his Lancashire seat in the 2015 general election.
- From the section UK Politics