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PM's Presser 5 May 2008

Scoop Video + Audio: PM's Post Cabinet Presser - Monday, 5 May 2008


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The Prime Minister yesterday assured the people of Auckland that the extra levy on petrol would be deferred at the post-cabinet press conference. The PM also talked about wanting to make a contribution to democracy in Zimbabwe (working via the United Nations) and also a little bit about the buy back of rail.

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