Weekly Wrap Up - December 10, 2010

This week, Public Eye exclusively revealed:

* Bill Bennett will be organizing a political alternative to the provincial Liberals if the party doesn't approve a new leadership vote process that gives rural ridings more of a say;

* the dissidents may have won the war but, in announcing her resignation, provincial New Democrat leader Carole James seemed to do her best to ensure no one wins the peace; and

* provincial Liberal leadership candidate Mike de Jong's promise to disclose his campaign contributions is something he's already required to do by law.

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