The Day In Parliament for 20 May 2015 - morning edition
Prime Minister John Key quizzed on the government's tightened tax
regime for residential property investors. Finance Minister Bill
English coy on contents of his seventh Budget, to be presented on
Thursday. Social Development Minister Ann Tolley evades questions
about whether there's anything to address child poverty in the Budget.
She also denies claims by Labour's deputy leader, Annette King, of
cuts to Aotearoa Relationships funding. Bill English defends cost
massive blow-out in changes to computerised child support payments.
Winston Peters tables letter claiming it contains cuts to services for