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WATCH: Wynne wants apology, retraction from Hudak
Hudak says he won't be intimidated
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Kathleen Wynne is laying out what she wants from Tim Hudak after having lawyers serve him with a libel notice on Friday.

She wants a retraction and an apology from the Progressive Conservative Leader, after allegations he made surrounding her role in the gas plant cancellations and email deletion.

The Premier called the allegations "very disturbing."

She addressed the issue after a speech in the Lawrence on Dufferin area.

Wynne understands the move is unprecedented, underlining she's not taking it lightly. She says she wants to debate "matters of fact."

Hudak told reporters on Monday that he is not intimidated by these lawyer's letters.

On the weekly show "The Province" on Newstalk 1010 this weekend, Hudak did not back down from his statements.

Police documents were released over a week and a half ago alleging former McGuinty Chief of Staff David Livingston brought in the tech-savvy boyfriend of his deputy, Laura Miller to delete sensitive information. Hudak then made allegations of his own that Wynne over saw the email deletion process.

None of these allegations have been proven in court.

During testimony at the government committee looking into the gas plant cancellations last Thursday, Liberal MPP Steven Del Duca asked OPP Det. Cst. Andre Duval if the documents outlined the Tories allegations. Duval said they did not.

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Kathleen Wynne is laying out what she wants from Tim Hudak after having lawyers serve him with a libel notice on Friday.

She wants a retraction and an apology from the Progressive Conservative Leader, after allegations he made surrounding her role in the gas plant cancellations and email deletion.

The Premier called the allegations "very disturbing."

She addressed the issue after a speech in the Lawrence on Dufferin area.

Wynne understands the move is unprecedented, underlining she's not taking it lightly. She says she wants to debate "matters of fact."

Hudak told reporters on Monday that he is not intimidated by these lawyer's letters.

On the weekly show "The Province" on Newstalk 1010 this weekend, Hudak did not back down from his statements.

Police documents were released over a week and a half ago alleging former McGuinty Chief of Staff David Livingston brought in the tech-savvy boyfriend of his deputy, Laura Miller to delete sensitive information. Hudak then made allegations of his own that Wynne over saw the email deletion process.

None of these allegations have been proven in court.

During testimony at the government committee looking into the gas plant cancellations last Thursday, Liberal MPP Steven Del Duca asked OPP Det. Cst. Andre Duval if the documents outlined the Tories allegations. Duval said they did not.

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