14 Sep 2016

Today in Parliament Wednesday 14 September 2014

From In Parliament, 6:50 pm on 14 September 2016

The Speaker, David Carter, reports back on his investigation of a complaint that MPs' emails are being intercepted and blocked. His lengthy and complicated ruling ends inconclusively and the Attorney-General, Chris Finlayson, says the matter could still go to the Privileges Committee. John Key is dragged into the Chiefs' strippergate controversy with questions from Labour's deputy leader, Annette King. Police minister, Judith Collins, declines to comment on community service sentence for a young man convicted of a serious assault on a policewoman. Winston Peters thrown out of the chamber for the second day in a row. -- ParliamentToday.co.nz