Embattled Justice Minister Judith Collins faced a huge test this afternoon as she fronted up to Parliament's Question Time over her Oravida conflict of interest affair.

The ongoing stress of six weeks of questions has led her to take some time off from Parliament - but not before she fronted up to the House today.

Read more of the Herald's coverage of Judith Collins today:
Judith Collins to stay off Twitter: 'It's not a good space to be'
New claims as Collins steps back
John Armstrong: Pushing drama aside may be hoping for too much

Embattled Justice Minister Judith Collins fronts up to Parliament's Question Time over her Oravida conflict of interest affair.

Deputy political editor Claire Trevett kept across developments in the House this afternoon.

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