Investigated Hawkins a little further last night, as a part of trying to find out a little more about Learning Infrastructure Partners, the loose consortium appointed to run the PPP school in the east of John Key's electorate.
Apart from finding that the company is, essentially, owned by a very small handful of people, and that the ownership structure is quite complex given the small number of people involved, the only points of interest were:
- the appearance of Richard Prebble as a director. Does that qualify as "links to the ACT party"?
- the lack of links between the directors and owners to anything else of interest, except a very good charity that I will not name.