The political future of New Zealand First MP Brendon Horan is expected to be decided some time today.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has been examining documents relating to Mr Horan's late mother's bank account, and is expected to decide whether the MP will stay with his party.
Mr Horan has been accused by his brother of dipping into his mother's bank account to fund a gambling habit.
Mr Peters last week told him to stay away from Parliament to sort the matter out and he is not expected back at Parliament today.
It is expected a news conference will be held later in the afternoon.
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