Mrs Shipley's fiscal slips showing
"Prime Minister Jenny Shipley
again opened her mouth and let things run out when on the
Leighton Smith debate last night, she said there was a
fiscal cap on Treaty of Waitangi settlements," Labour
finance spokesperson Michael Cullen said today.
was removed as part of the National-New Zealand First
coalition negotiations and has never been re-imposed. It
appears in the Pre-election Fiscal and Economic Update among
the non-quantifiable contingent liabilities. In other
words, no numbers attached.
"It appears that Mrs Shipley's
fiscal slips are showing again," Dr Cullen
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