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STORY OF THE WEEK: Nats Defence & Nukes Policy (2)

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ended 14th May
National Defence & Nukes Policy (2)

Goff Releases Part Of The MFAT Briefing Notes - "Certainly it is not my intention today to release comments that were made by United States Senators. They have not commented publicly on the nature of the discussions." See... Phil Goff Press Conf. Notes - Brash Nuke Remarks and Phil Goff 's release…Release of Brash comments on nuclear issue
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- Don Brash - No secret agenda on ship visits - Don Brash
- Richard Prebble - PM Caught Telling Porkies

Brash Plans To Leave Nukes Decision To Voters - "The legislative ban on nuclear-powered warships is a matter for New Zealanders to decide," says National Party leader Don Brash. See... New Zealanders will make decisions for New Zealand
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- ACT - Nuclear Ban Makes NZ A World Laughing Stock

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