Thursday, 12 October 2006

NEWSFLASH: Paying it back

Michael Cullen, answering questions in the House right now, has just confirmed the Prime Minister has now read the report and "intends to pay the money back." To repeat, as Cullen did, "The Labour Party will be paying the money back."


  1. Robert Winefield12 Oct 2006, 16:49:00

    Ah, but he forgot to mention that the cash to pay it back with was coming out of the consolidated fund, didn't he?

  2. So, they're very generously going to pay it back.
    But it was still theft. It was at least corrupt behaviour.
    Labour stole an election and are going to get away with it.

  3. Pay it back like reparations, probably.

    Drip-feed and with no interest or penalties...


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