Source: ONE News
The PM has stopped short of calling for Brendan Horan to leave Parliament but is critical of so-called waka jumping.
Now Playing: Defiant Horan vows to stay on (2:12)
Source: ONE News
Brendan Horan says he is determined to be the best independent MP New Zealand has ever had.
MPs criticise 'waka jumping' as Horan stays on
Published: 11:06AM Wednesday December 05, 2012 Source: ONE News
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