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PM's Presser: Latest (27/02/06) DBP Questions

PM's Presser: Latest (27/02/06) DBP Questions Answered

Prime Minister Helen Clark – photo 2005

Scoop Audio: It's official – there is no other story the New Zealand media is more interested in than David Benson-Pope and his ill-fated teaching exploits at Bayfield High. Today the Prime Minister of New Zealand faced a barrage of questions regarding what Mr Benson-Pope may or may not of seen of the adolescent female anatomy on a school camp in the late 90s. There was no chance for a hesitant hack to discover from the PM how Bill Clinton enjoyed his New Zealand sojourn as reporters yelled over the top of each other in a bid to get their probing questions answered.

To listen to the Benson-Pope related melee

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM's post-cabinet press
conference, 27/02/06


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To hear what happened at today's cabinet meeting

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM's post-cabinet press
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(mp3)

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