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Top Scoops Poll: Should Ruth Apologise To Norm?

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Two days after falling from grace, associate ACC Minister Ruth Dyson still hasn’t talked to the media. Scoop is pondering what Ruth should say when she finally does front up?

Scoop therefore seeks answers to this question:

Should Ruth Dyson apologise to Lions Captain Norm Hewitt for calling him a bad role model last week for playing while he had a broken arm in the NPC final?

To vote please email poll@scoop.co.nz with “YES” or “NO” in the subject line. As soon as a reasonable sample is achieved results will be published.

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