Today In Parliament for 29 June 2016 - evening edition
New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters, levels serious allegations against Silver Ferns Farms. Greens foreign affairs spokesman, Kennedy Graham, attacks the government's response to Ombudsman's report on the Paula Rebstock inquiry into leaked documents from MFAT. Judith Collins faces questions as the Minister of Police in the committee rooms and later as Minister of Corrections in the debating chamber. Finance Minister Bill English asked if he agrees with Pope Francis that "inequality is the root of social evil".