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Scoop Video: Selwyn Manning Interviews Matt Robson

Scoop Video: Selwyn Manning Interviews Matt Robson

Is the Progressive Party being caned in the polls for being too close to Labour? Will its deputy leader and Parliament's man of social conscience, Matt Robson, be returned to Parliament? If not, what will he do? Scoop co-editor Selwyn Manning interviews Matt Robson about how he sees this election.





Video stream courtesy of www.r2.co.nz

Questions:
  • How do you rate this election in terms of the public having an informed choice?
  • The centre-left is having a hard time of it. What is that so?
  • When you entered Parliament as an MP what were you seeking to achieve?
  • What have you achieved?
  • What would you like to achieve?
  • Molesworth & Featherston's poll calculations display Progressives as registering 0.28% With Wigram going to Jim Anderton that still isn't enough to return you to Parliament.
  • How do you see your chances?
  • Should it all go belly-up for the centre-left on Saturday, what are your plans in the short term?
  • If you are robbed of a Valedictory Speech, would you like to broadcast that via Scoop's very flash embedded video?
  • ENDS

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