Monday, 9 May 2016

More on the Panama papers revelatons

Panama Papers' New Zealand links




Winston Peters calls for 'tax haven' inquiry: RNZ Checkpoint



Following the release of the Panama Papers, NZ First leader Winston Peters has called for a Commission of Inquiry into what he says is New Zealand's role as a tax haven.




John Key responds to the latest Panama Papers revelations




The Prime Minister, John Key, responded to the events, revelations and accusations of the day, in his post Cabinet media conference Monday, May 9th, 2016


Dunne never alerted to foreign trust 'explosion'



United Future leader Peter Dunne says the "explosion" of foreign trusts in New Zealand should have set alarm bells ringing at the Inland Revenue Department, and he's questioning why that was never flagged with him during his eight years as Revenue Minister.

Will the Panama Papers hurt the National party?




Political Editor on PM response to Panama accusations


The Prime Minister is trying to front-foot the Panama Papers controversy - promising to act if any significant problems are revealed through the documents or the review of disclosure rules. Political Editor Jane Patterson is in our gallery office.



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