Corruption is worst form of criminality, Pope tells Vatican police
NSW Labor leader Luke Foley has offered bipartisan support for legislation to strip taxpayer-funded benefits for MPs found guilty of misconduct while in office, such as corrupt former minister Eddie Obeid. Obeid was convicted in late June of wilful misconduct in public office but may still continue to receive up to $120,000 a year in taxpayer-funded entitlements.
Luke Foley calls for Mike Baird to work together to cut Eddie Obeids Parliamentary Pension
NSW Luke Foley wants pensions stripped from any MPs convicted of serious offences while in office
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