Peters to appeal pension privacy case

Staff reporters
Tue, 19 May 2020

Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters is appealing a High Court judgement over his leaked pension details.The leader of the NZ First Party has said in a statement he now knows who the leaker is. "I am not persisting with this case just for myself, but for all people who have had their privacy breached."His lawyer Brian Henry confirmed an appeal had been filed in the case against two former National cabinet ministers, state services commissioner Peter Hughes, the Ministry of Social Development and its former chief executive, B...
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