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Parker

David Parker

List member, Labour Party

Most recent appearances in parliament

If this MP has contributed more than once to a debate, only one speech is shown.

Video Camera Surveillance (Temporary Measures) Bill - Third Reading (6 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "I think that some of the misrepresentations of the legislation by the last speaker, Rahui Katene, are regrettable. With respect to her, she should know better. Her irresponsible conduct is one of the things that undermines public confidence in our important ..."

Economy—Minister’s Statement (6 Oct 2011)

Interjection: "I raise a point of order, Mr Speaker. The Minister has flouted your rulings four times by my count today. The same lame joke that was used against me yesterday has been used against Mr Cunliffe. I seek an extra supplementary question for the Opposition in the circumstances, because we seem to have no other effective remedy."

Video Camera Surveillance (Temporary Measures) Bill - Second Reading (6 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "I want to catalogue some of the areas where I was unhappy with this process. I think we came close to getting it wrong in this Parliament, and we would have but for the circumstances that Charles Chauvel has already outlined, which involved all of the minor ..."

Finance, Minister—Confidence (5 Oct 2011)

Question expand: "Does the Prime Minister understand that if a bank offers a guarantee, the bank does not have to agree to an extension of lending and liability under that guarantee, and if the Prime Minister understands that, why can he not explain to the House why the Crown ..."

Auckland District Health Board—Te Whetu Tawera Acute Mental Health Unit (4 Oct 2011)

Interjection: "It is quite in order for Mr Robertson to put that question. It is also quite in order for the Minister, if he denies it, to say it is wrong. I put it that the question is quite proper, as you have already ruled."

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