And get comfy because the hits just keep on coming. From today’s Canadian Press:
A troubling new allegation about large amounts of cash arriving at 24 Sussex Drive when Brian Mulroney was prime minister will be aired at the Commons ethics committee.
The committee is set to reconvene next week when the Commons returns from a six-week break.
MPs are looking into the decade-long relationship between the former Tory prime minister and arms lobbyist Karlheinz Schreiber.
Norman Spector, a former chief of staff to Mulroney in the early 1990s, says he'll be bringing documentary evidence to the committee.
Spector, writing in Le Devoir newspaper, says he'll "help identify the source of large quantities of money carried to 24 Sussex while Mr. Mulroney was prime minister of Canada."
A spokesman for Mulroney says the allegations are old news and that Spector has an axe to grind, for reasons the former prime minister does not understand.
Between the ever-changing story on the Afghan detainees and now this, we really need popcorn.