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Little still wants Afghan inquiry

Andrew Little on RNZ sounds fairly neutral on who to believe on the Afghan attack issue, and still thinks an inquiry is necessary.

He thinks that NZDF chief Tim Keating is a many of integrity, but for the good of the NZDF and the country he still things an inquiry is warranted. 86 more words

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Hooton on Labour’s leadership problems

Matthew Hooton writes at NBR: Jacinda Ardern’s eclipse of her leader Andrew Little in the preferred prime minister stakes has occurred sooner than expected. In the first public poll taken entirely after Bill English’s controversial move on superannuation and Ms Ardern’s elevation to Labour’s deputy leadership, Labour is at 31%, its Green allies on 11%…

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Labour now oppose treaty settlement

Labour had initially supported a Bill that would release a public reserve in Auckland for housing and would also help settle a Treaty of Waitangi claim. 467 more words

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Little apology, too late?

Andrew Little out this out via Labour Party press release today:

Andrew Little
Leader of the Opposition

MEDIA STATEMENT

24 March 2017

Statement re Earl Hagaman…

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A Labour BLiP at The Standard

‘BLiP’ is well known at The Standard  for his list of alleged lies told by John Key. A lot of the items on that list were quite questionable, but that didn’t stop The Standard re-displaying the list from time to time. 1,111 more words

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Labour’s Maori MPs go list only

Stuff reports: In a surprise move Labour’s Maori seat MPs have opted to stand as electorate MPs only, and not go on the party list. Labour Leader Andrew Little said the party was backing a request from its Maori electorate MPs in a move that was “a direct challenge by the Maori MPs to the Maori Party”.

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Labour's Maori MPs opt off list

Just last week Labour’s Maori MPs seemed at odds with leader Andrew Little over their wishes about their placement on this year’s party list. See… 1,187 more words

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