Former Wagga Wagga MP Daryl Maguire appears at NSW ICAC inquiry into Gladys Berejiklian | 7.30

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All eyes are on NSW’s Independent Commission Against Corruption, with the appearance of the state’s former premier today after a day of excruciatingly personal testimony by her former lover, Daryl Maguire.

In contrast to Gladys Berejiklian’s past statements that their relationship was not important enough to tell family and friends about, Mr Maguire says they loved each other and even discussed having a child. This report from Paul Farrell and producer Alex McDonald.

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