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senate expenses scandal

The Crown says it no longer believes there is a reasonable prospect to convict.
Six more senators have paid back money they owed from filing "questionable" or ineligible expenses, yet some $660,000 is
An independent arbitrator doesn't impute any bad motives to any of the senators involved.
It's reported that the RCMP won't press charges against 24 of 30 current and ex-senators.
The judge is hoping they'll make it quick.
Duffy faces 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust, and bribery.
On Thursday, Ontario Justice Charles Vaillancourt will resume hearing the Crown's case against Duffy on 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust, and bribery.
The information commissioner is asking Federal Court to order the prime minister to disclose any records that don't warrant being withheld.
Duffy's name came up once again on the campaign as Harper made his first visit Thursday to the island.
Harper has refused to provide straight answers about the repayment of Duffy's expenses and who in the PMO knew that former