I guess it’s the job of the opposition to try and hurt Key with this whole GCSB Kim Dotcom thing, but what strikes me as the real issue is that someone in the GCSB must have known that they broke the law, and they kept it quiet for months before notifying anyone. That’s a sacking/resignation level offense.
I’m still a bit unclear on Bill English’s level of complicity. If he simply signed a Ministerial warrant suppressing public release of information about the GCSB then that seems pretty reasonable. If he was informed that they broke the law, still signed the warrant and failed to inform the Prime Minister then he should be stood down as a Minister.