Mr. Speaker, we know that Mr. Cadman told his wife, his daughter and son-in-law that he was offered a $1 million life insurance policy.
We know that for the Prime Minister's version of events to be correct, either Mr. Cadman lied to his wife, his daughter and son-in-law, or his wife, his daughter and son-in-law are lying now.
The Prime Minister has had lots of time now to think of his answer. I would like to give him another opportunity.
Can the Prime Minister tell us who is lying, Mr. Cadman or his family?