The Prime Minister will be correcting statements he's made to Parliament about the involvement of the GCSB in the Kim Dotcom case.
John Key now accepts that the spy agency may have mentioned the Dotcom case when he met with them in February which is contrary to what he's been telling Parliament.
Mr Key says there were no minutes kept of the February meeting but he now accepts Dotcom may have been mentioned although neither he or the GCSB boss can remember it.
Mr Key has maintained he first heard of the spy agency's involvement with Dotcom when he was told about the illegal spying on September 17.
An apology to Parliament from the Prime Minister is forthcoming, after he admitted he may have known about the spying on Kim Dotcom earlier than he'd initially said.
He said he didn't know about it until September the 17th, but file notes released today show it was due to be brought up at a meeting between the GCSB spy agency and the Prime Minister in February.
Mr Key says according to briefing notes, there was a slide at it that talked about Kim Dotcom.
"In those notes that he was intending to use, he had that statement about that short reference. I can only assume that he made that reference in the meeting, I have no recollection of that."
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