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Alt TV: Phil Goff on Let's Be Frank

Alt TV: Phil Goff on Let's Be Frank

What does Phil Goff have to say on the future of the Labour Party Leadership and National's plans to privatise prisons?

Let's Be Frank on Alt TV, 8.30pm, Tuesday 20 May.

Oliver Driver interviews Labour Party number 3, Phil Goff, on free trade deals, cluster bombs, National's agenda to privatise prisons and the future of the Labour Party leadership.

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