Well, I suppose you could resurect yourself.
As Sir Roger Douglas has done, claiming $44,000 in expenses for an overseas holiday as his “entitlement”.
Oh, and as Don Brash and Christine Rankin have resurrected themselves.
And, yes, when Sir Double Dipton finally “retires” (and it might be sooner rather than later, given his accommodation expenses rort) he too will be eligible for 90% of his overseas travel costs being met by the taxpayer. Forever!
Sir Double Dipton says:
But the minister says Dipton remains his home and he intends to return there when he leaves Parliament.
Better get the house in order, then Bill. Including evicting the current tenants, which you need only 42 days to do under the appalling lack of residential tenure provided by the Residential Tenancies Act.
It might be sooner, rather than later, so better get moving on it Bill.