Mr. Fleming (Eglinton):
I rise on a question of privilege, Mr. Speaker. This assertion has been made twice in the house. It was raised first of all by the Leader of the Opposition. I said then that I never made any such statement and that a report to that effect appearing in one of the Tokyo papers was not true. The hon. member for Bonavista-Twillingate, notwithstanding that denial,
came back and made the same statement in this house later. It was again denied. He is repeating it again now. This is the plainest breach of the privileges of the house in repeated assertions of something that is not true. I say that what he is saying and what he is trying to do is dastardly and false.
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