Said news being that the law requiring cabinet ministers to respect people's privacy is apparently a matter of opinion.
This means that under the next Labour govt, anyone wanting to bleat about tax rates can expect to have their last few years' tax returns made public, "in order to provide ... information relevant to the public debate." Should be a laff riot.
Must be a prick for Judith Collins though - next time she gets up in front of ACC staff to tell them the importance of respecting their clients' privacy, who among those present will be able to restrain themselves from laughing in her face?
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