13 Apr 2016

Today In Parliament for 13 April 2016 - evening edition

From In Parliament, 6:50 pm on 13 April 2016

Prime Minister, John Key, emerges unscathed from a fresh hail of questions about tax havens, spiced with exposure of a link to a legal specialist in foreign trusts among his pecuniary interests. Of greater interest to the average business taxpayer, the government unveils a pay-as-you-go regime for payment of provisional tax. Health Minister Jonathan Coleman takes a turn at scoring a political point over his Labour shadow, Annette King.