Rt Hon Winston Peters has confirmed that he met Kim Dotcom three times in the last two years and has asked the Prime Minister to explain how he knew about the meetings.
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Rt Hon Winston Peters says he is outraged to learn that police wanted to use his personal telephone records to prosecute a cameraman whose tape recorder captured the teapot conversation between John Key and John Banks in the 2011 election campaign
Parliamentary questions have revealed major inconsistencies in statements by the Prime Minister and his Chief of Staff regarding the Henry Inquiry, claims New Zealand First leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The release of a journalist’s telephone records in response to a Beehive edict reveals the Prime Minister’s leadership style is more compatible with a big investment company than a Western democracy.
Rt Hon Winston Peters says it is clear that the head of Parliamentary Service has taken the rap for the Prime Minister over the accessing of Fairfax journalist Andrea Vance's phone records.
New Zealand First spokesperson for Christchurch Earthquake issues Denis O’Rourke says the Government has failed to move promptly against those responsible for fatal defects in the CTV building in which 185 people died in the February 2011 earthqu
Rt Hon Winston Peters has called for the Prime Minister to explain the exact circumstances of Peter Dunne’s departure from Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee.
Rt Hon Winston Peters has called on the Prime Minister to give officials the powers to seize the electronic records of communication between former Revenue Minister Peter Dunne and a Fairfax journalist.
New Zealand First says Prime Minister John Key is holding Parliament in contempt by giving evasive answers to written parliamentary questions.
New Zealand First says the report by the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security into breaches of the Government Communications Security Bureau Act reveals bungles by the Minister in charge – John Key.
Published in The Dominion Post
Friday 12 April
New Zealand First has called into question the relationship between Prime Minister John Key and his deputy Bill English.