10 Nov 2016

The Day In Parliament for 10 November 2016 - morning edition

From In Parliament, 5:45 am on 10 November 2016

Greens co-leader James Shaw makes an early call on the US election result; Chris Hipkins' Education (Charter Schools Abolition) Amendment Bill fails to pass first reading by 63 votes to 57; Chris Bishop's Compensation for Live Organ Donors Bill completes committee stage; The Papawai and Kaikokirikiri Trusts Amendment Bill, a private bill in the name of National MP Alastair Scott, passes final reading unopposed; Ruth Dyson's Rates Rebate (Retirement Village Residents) Amendment Bill passes its first reading; Government faces questions on its new youth employment scheme; John Key and Andrew Little dispute each other's figure - as do Finance Minister Bill English and his Labour shadow Grant Robertson; Colonoscopy figures put up as a measure of the health of the health system; New Zealand First's Tracey Martin calls on the Government to fund counselling for rural women.