One of parliament’s most senior MPs is to attend a global conference for young parliamentarians.
69-year-old Labour deputy leader Annette King joins New Zealand First MP Tracey Martin, National MP Andrew Bayly, and Gareth Hughes on the trip to Zambia later this week.
There they’ll attend a Global Conference of Young Parliamentarians, as well as an assembly of the Inter Parliamentary Union.
This is almost as funny as Winston Peters accusing Andrew Little of dog whistling on immigration.
A 69 year old attending a conference of young parliamentarians!
Anything for a junket!