I do so hope that the Auditor General doesn't hold NZ First to account for the $158,000 they are trying to give to charity instead of refunding back to the taxpayer. If this happens then we all have a legal precedence to justify giving our tax directly to charity, rather than wasting it on public servants.
Anyone keen to set up a charity for The Disenfranchised Taxpayers?
And if they don't pay it back, can they be struck off the ballot? Here's hoping anyway.