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Audio: Brash Denies Lies, RadioLive IVs Nat Leader


Brash Denies Lying - RadioLive Interviews Nat Leader

RadioLive's Paul Henry interviews National leader Don Brash over claims he lied over the Exclusive Brethren smear campaign pamphlets. Brash had earlier denied knowing who was behind the pamphlets, however earlier today on 95bFM he admitted Brethren had told him some weeks ago that they were preparing to deliver anti-government pamphlets to letterboxes throughout the country.
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here for Scoop Audio.RADIOLIVE AUDIO: RADIOLIVE Paul Henry interviews Don Brash over lying claims

Audio courtesy of www.radiolive.co.nz

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  • RadioLive Interview: Chris Trotter comments on the political fallout expected from Don Brash's admission that he knew Exclusive Brethren were preparing a pamphlet smear campaign.
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here for Scoop Audio.RADIOLIVE AUDIO: RADIOLIVE: Chris Trotter interviewed on claims Don Brash lied
    Audio courtesy of www.radiolive.co.nz

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