'I don't need to know that bit.'

Updated: Feb 7

The quote leaves me wondering ...

So many questions:

* If a person in a close personal relationship with a Premier refrains from telling her 'too much detail', he must have a good reason. Could it be that he believes the detail may be about a deal which may involve an element of interest to ICAC? Could it be that he knows that she will be obliged, by ethics or law, to report the information? Or could it be something else?

* If a person holds public office and, in conversation with a close personal friend, tells him, 'I don't need to know that bit', how does she know that she doesn't need to know it? Is she guided by previous information she has gained? At w