The Week In Parliament for 31 May 2015
Opposition taunts government over light legislative workload. Steven Joyce denies reports of a split in National's caucus over the Health and Safety Reform Bill. John Key attacks Andrew Little over speculation about means testing National Super. Budget Debate medley includes topics ranging from euthanasia to economics and back. Select committee looks at The Lines Company. Murray McCully rejects opposition claims that a multi-million dollar payment to a Saudi businessman was a bribe. Ann Tolley defends scramble to find new providers to replace Relationships Aotearoa.