It aint what ever Key might have said to a bunch of spies in their Cafeteria last February.
It is all about a few public servants breaking rules of employment, ignoring their legal obligations and leaking confidential and priveledged information to the press secretary on the labour leaders staff, possibly as pillow talk.
Labour destroyed Madelaine Setchell's employment prospects on the possibility of such an event occcuring.
As the gathering was in a cafeteria I am assuming it was a mix and mingle occasion so;
Recording someone without their permission given or implied.
"Spying" on a newZealand citizen.
Using such information for political purposes.
Adds up to what exactly
Then the temporary leader of the Labour Party shamelessly uses the information, having claimed on election that he was going to eschew such behaviour.
One saving grace for that condemned man is he has no credibility to lose, the tank is EMPTY
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