3 May 2016

Today In Parliament for 3 May 2016 - evening edition

From In Parliament, 6:50 pm on 3 May 2016

Bad start to the week for the New Zealand First party as their leader, Winston Peters, follows his transport spokesman, Denis O'Rourke, out the door, after the Speaker loses patience with the length of one of Mr O'Rourke's questions and then finds Mister Peters guilty of accusing him of bias. Further up the opposition's front bench, Labour leader, Andrew Little, and Greens co-leader, James Shaw, pepper the prime minister with questions about his lawyer in an unsuccessful attempt to link Mister Key with the newly controversial foreign investment trust industry.