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Conservative Values

Wynne talks booze while Rome burns

By any standard, Tuesday should have been an immensely embarrassing day for the government of Kathleen Wynne.

Beset by damaging allegations of bribery from both the OPP and Elections Ontario in the Sudbury byelection and with the Ornge air ambulance probe and the deleted e-mails investigation still plodding away in the background, you'd think this would be a government on life support.

The day should have been especially uncomfortable for Wynne, as Ben Levin - a member of her transition team after she won the leadership in 2013 - admitted in court to the most shocking child pornography charges.

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