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Molesworth & Featherston (Lobby Edition) – 2/6/05

Molesworth & Featherston


Business and Political News
2 June 2005

In the latest edition:

Labour’s lead and coalition options are narrowing in our rolling average poll of polls. The Greens get ready for a conference. MPs widen their privilege protection. There are plans for much more wind power, the PM visits China and we take a look at a possible theory for predicting the value of our dollar. All this, and a bit more in this week’s complimentary Lobby Edition of Molesworth & Featherston.

The Lobby Edition is a complimentary, condensed edition of the paid-subscription only Governor’s Edition published last Tuesday.

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Direct Link To This Week's Lobby Edition:
http://molesworthandfeatherston.info/pdf/MandF2Jun05L.pdf


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