MP Peter Goldring's video gambit sets 'besmirchment' trending on Twitter

The moment Conservative MP Peter Goldring's dispatch on the risks of "consorting without protection" hit Parliament Hill inboxes, it was clear his advice to House colleagues to don "body-worn video recording equipment" to avoid "besmirchment" was destined to make headlines. Kady O'Malley rounds up reaction on social media.
Conservative MP Peter Goldring issued a bizarre warning to colleagues against "consorting without protection" in the wake of Parliament Hill misconduct revelations. He retracted his statement late Wednesday. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)


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