The Speaker seems highly confident his job's safe, despite outcry over his taxpayer funded legal battle.
The defamation case cost more than $330,000 after Trevor Mallard wrongly accused a Parliamentary staffer of rape.
At a select committee, National MP Michael Woodhouse asked Mallard for his predictions - if there's a Motion of no Confidence in him next year.
He says he's been in Parliament for about 19 motions against Speakers, and none have been successful.
Mallard says he has a lot of support from around the Chamber.
Meanwhile, a package to stifle the housing crisis can be expected early next year.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson's reviewing settings around housing - and says he has advice from Treasury and the Reserve Bank.
Treasury's today unveiled its half-year economic and fiscal update - with a forecast of continued house price growth in the coming years.
Robertson says he supports 'sustained moderation' in house price inflation.
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