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Scoop Audio: Cullen Reaction To National Tax Cuts

Scoop Audio: Cullen Reaction To National Tax Cuts


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Finance Minister Michael Cullen

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Finance Minister Michael Cullen today discovered the details of National's tax policy. Mr Cullen gave a short speech and interview outside his office this afternoon and predicted that services would have to be cut back to make way for National's tax policy.

In the shadow budget unveiled by National on Friday, allowances are made for the next three years in regard to tax and law and order, but no comparison is as yet available in regard to National's plans for health.

To listen to Dr Cullen's response in full at the ten minute stand-up click here...
http://img.scoop.co.nz/media/audio/0508/cullennattaxresponse.m3u

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