Should the Prime Minister stand John Banks down while his campaign donations are investigated?
Allegations from Labour's Trevor Mallard that Kim Dotcom organised the ACT MP a discount in a Hong Kong hotel over Christmas, have had Mr. Banks challenging they be repeated outside of parliament, away from Parliamentary Privilege.
Campbell Live last night asked "who knew what about Kim Dotcom?", as they took a look at the notorious figure and the web of knowledge appearing to surrounds him.
Are the media dining out on nothing? Or is this a true mess that should see John Banks stood down while it's cleared up?