Brendan Horan has been summarily dismissed from New Zealand First but he’s not going quietly and he’s not going to show any mercy to his former party if Question Time yesterday is anything to go by.
He asked a supplementary question to one on immigration posed by his former leader:
Brendan Horan: Does the Prime Minister agree that natural justice and due process are relevant in the administration of the Immigration Act?
Rt Hon JOHN KEY: I do, and I think it is important to be consistent when one is applying that. I know that selection of people when they come to New Zealand for visas is difficult, but when 171,000 a year are coming, that is really challenging. But when it is one of eight, you would think you would get it right.
Horan has had time to learn from Peters who won’t be at all impressed by the antics of his pupil.