DAVID WROE & CHRIS JOHNSON | The Age
PAPUA NEW GUINEA prime minister Peter O’Neill has warned of his displeasure if Australia tapped his phone or those of his family.
''I would hope that my communications, and those of my family, are not being intercepted by any agency - government or non-government. If they were, I would be less than happy,” Mr O’Neill said, responding to questions from Fairfax Media.
“But I am not aware that they are being or have been. ''If people want to know what I discuss, they can ask.''