Air NZ accuses Clark of abuse of trust

Air NZ accuses Clark of abuse of trustAir New Zealand chairman John Palmer has written to Prime Minister Helen Clark expressing his concern that she used information given to her in confidence to politically swipe Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer.
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[NZ Politics]

Clark quite rightly is again under the spotlight for revealing confidential information for political ends.

Air NZ believes tens of millions worth of dollars of Australian Defence Force business has been jeopardised by the Government's aggressive public reaction to the airline's two Middle East flights. 

Out of a knee-jerk reaction Clark has most certainly jeopardised that lucrative work and for what. The operations in Iraq are under the UN auspices, we sent troops there ourselves and Clark even went to Basra to see those troops.

What was the big deal…..oh that's right, they are well behind in the polls. 

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