From the Conservative dissent attached to the Foreign Affairs committee’s report.
When the Minister of International Cooperation was asked a direct question about who wrote the word “NOT” in the Kairos memo she refused to mislead this Committee. The Minister did not know who in her office had actually written the word on the document, as accurately reflected in her answer, “I do not know.”
… It must and does follow that the Minister’s answer did not in any way mislead this Committee or the House of Commons. In fact it is the Opposition that has attempted to mislead this Committee and the House both by mischaracterizing the Minister’s communication of her own decision in a way that suggests a breach of privilege.