Focus on Politics for 20 June 2014
This week the Labour Party announced the details of its compulsory KiwiSaver policy. But that is not what dominated the news. Instead Labour's leader David Cunliffe had to spend the week defending himself after it was revealed he had written a letter in 2003 to the Immigration Service on behalf of businessman Donghua Liu. The Government used the revelation to attack Mr Cunliffe's credibility and promised it had more information to come on alleged donations Liu made to the Labour Party. Our political editor Brent Edwards reviews the week.