Stephen Harper and the doctrine of plausible deniability

The key to the use of plausible deniability by the prime minister is to ensure a complete lack of evidence that can confirm his participation in or knowledge of an action or event.

By Peter Globensky

PUBLISHED : Friday, Aug. 28, 2015 2:10 PM

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