Evans, Malcolm 1945-:Now, who'd like double air points for popping up to tell some Taranaki farmers that we're going to tax their compensation payments? [Labour Caucus]. New Zealand Herald, 29 March 2001.
Reference Number: DX-002-014
Members of the Labour Party caucus dive for cover as Michael Cullen, Deputy Leader of the Party and Minister of Finance, asks for volunteers to talk to Taranaki farmers about reneging on a previous agreement that the compensation they are to be paid for the taking of their farms under a Waitangi Tribunal settlement be tax-free. The government later had to back down on this attempt to tax their compensation.
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Evans, Malcolm 1945-:Now, who'd like double air points for popping up to tell some Taranaki farmers that we're going to tax their compensation payments? [Labour Caucus]. New Zealand Herald, 29 March 2001., Reference Number DX-002-014 (1 digitised items)
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