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Dom Post Takes Punt on New National Leader

Dom Post Takes Punt on New National Leader

Political junkies may have had a breakfast-time surprise this morning, discovering that the current National leader is - according to page two of today's Dominion Post - former leader Bill English.

National MPs have criticised media for speculation on the shakiness of Dr Don Brash's leadership, but the Dom has clearly gone one step further.

Article on Ron Mark
from The Dominion Post, 3 August 2006
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Reference to
'National leader Bill English' from The Dominion Post, 3
August 2006
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Online version:
http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/dominionpost/0,2106,3752179a6000,00.html

See also:
Just Left: National leadership - does the DomPost know something we don't?

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