In the House of Commons on June 8th, 1999. See this statement in context.
Prime MinisterOral Question Period
June 8th, 1999 / 2:35 p.m.
Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister's defence is that he sold his interests. But nobody has seen hide nor hair of a deed of sale.
What we want the Prime Minister to do, if he wants to be left in peace, is to table the deed of sale.
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