. . . what about the money which goes to Jim Anderton and Peter Dunne because they’re leaders of parties?
The taxpayer largesse enjoyed by Jim Anderton is particularly inappropriate now he’s told the few sad remnants of his fan club that they should join the Labour Party and he’s its agriculture spokesman.
While everyone’s looking at reviews, perhaps one could be held on what’s required for registration as a political party.
A one man vanity vehicle is not a party and 500 members is a very low hurdle for a group to jump to enable it to gain registration.