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bFM: Paul Deady & Rodney Hide + Manning Critiques

95bFM Audio: Paul Deady IVs Rodney Hide + Manning Critiques

  • 95bFM Audio: Paul Deady talks to ACT leader Rodney Hide who says he wants to keep our best and brightest here by increasing wages through tax cuts. He explains his party's tactics will be about more than just Epsom this time - including the Maori seats (WTF?). O, and he says climate change consensus doesn't exist and the best course of action there is no course of action. Of course.






  • 95bFM ALSO: Scoop's Selwyn Manning critiques Rodney Hide's interview and takes Mr. Hide to task for the lack of reinvention in his party, and suggests former finance and police minister Sir. Roger Douglas' list place may be the real tactic behind ACT's election strategy…








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