Wednesday, June 05, 2019

Precarious': Labor and crossbench join forces in the NSW lower house

NSW Police investigated the leak of confidential motorists' details from the office of Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello during the election campaign.
The private details of hundreds of drivers, including the then opposition leader Michael Daley, were sent accidentally to Mr Dominello's office by Revenue NSW, which asked for the files to be deleted.
This week, the police confirmed it had finished its investigations and no charges would be laid.
But Labor did not manage to amend the motion, other than to have words removed so that it read: "This House notes that it has been 74 days after the NSW election".
Labor's interim leader Penny Sharpe said: "While the March 2019 state election was seen as clear victory for the Coalition, this vote reveals the precarious position that the NSW Coalition government faces during this four year term."
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Premier’s staff in the loop on Daley data leak

Former NSW Labor leader Michael Daley. Picture: AAP
Former NSW Labor leader Michael Daley. Picture: AAP
Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s senior staff, including her chief of staff, were made aware the private driving details of former Labor leader Michael Daley and his wife Christina were about to be leaked prior to it happening.