Deceit the problem at core of MPs’ affairs – Chester Borrows

Former National Party MP Chester Borrows said Lees-Galloway had to go, as voters do not trust someone who has been shown to be deceitful.

"The Prime Minister’s made it clear that it’s not just the fact that he was having an affair but obviously the position he held with Workplace Relations and Health and Safety, and those sorts of things.

"And actually, interoffice relationships, power inequities in relationships has been in the news for the last few years. Think of the law firms, the Defence Force, those sorts of things," he said.

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From: RNZ

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