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Panelists Terry Milewski and Emmanuelle Latraverse break down the latest developments in the unfolding Mike Duffy saga.
Suspended Senator Mike Duffy has pleaded not guilty to 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery related to expenses he claimed as a senator and later repaid with money provided by the prime minister's former chief of staff Nigel Wright. (Greg Banning/The Canadian Press)

There's no shortage of drama in the unfolding Mike Duffy saga, both inside and outside the courtroom.

At the suspended Senator's ongoing trial, lawyers revealed the existence of a secret audit into the residency status of all Senators that the Senate quietly conducted soon after the Duffy story first broke.

The Senate is claiming parliamentary privilege to keep the audit from becoming public.

Outside the courtroom, CBC News revealed this week that Mike Duffy was so worried about not being eligible to represent PEI in the Senate that he raised the issue with the Prime Minister. Duffy even asked Stephen Harper if he could represent Ontario instead.

What is the political significance of those two revelations?

Terry Milewski and Emmanuelle Latraverse break down the latest developments in the Duffy saga.

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