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Paul Deady & Scoop's Kevin List: Nats Dunne Obama

95bFM Audio: Paul Deady & Scoop's Kevin List – Nats, Dunne, Obama!

  • 95bFM Audio: Paul Deady talks to Scoop's man on the ground, (or second floor maybe) Kevin List who lays into the Nats for missing the wood for the trees when it comes to housing; wonders what Peter Dunn's getting at with calls to abolish the Maori seats, and chuckles at Michael Cullen's surreptitious Obama endorsement.






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