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Scrums - October 31, 2003

Politicians speak to the press about the week’s major news stories, including reaction to the controversy surrounding transparency and conflict of interest rules for MPs accepting invitations from private interest groups; the ongoing security and reconstruction efforts in Iraq; and leadership concerns within the Liberal Party.

The program includes remarks by Environment Minister David Anderson, Opposition leader Stephen Harper, PC Party leader Peter MacKay, NDP leader Jack Layton, and Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe.

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