Flashback: Tories lament May 'resignation' of Nigel Wright

In light of the PM's new claim that his former right-hand man was dismissed over the $90,000 repayment deal he made with then-Conservative senator Mike Duffy, Kady O'Malley has put together a quick retro-sampling of the reaction that news of Wright's departure generated last May.
Nigel Wright, chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, has been lobbied by Barrick Gold Corp. three times despite his personal connections to the company. (Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press)


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