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New Zealand Prime Minister John Key

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NZ will definitely be keeping to its Kyoto commitments said new New Zealand Prime Minister John Key this afternoon. Mr Key held a post cabinet press conference and answered questions on a variety of subjects including capping the state housing stock, the situation facing New Zealand travellers in Thailand and the decision to scrap Labour's ETS legislation and send the whole caboodle back for select committee consideration. National's coalition partner ACT want one of the terms of reference to look at whether or not climate change is caused by human activity.

Should ACT's MP's somehow prove during the course of the select committee consideration that the vast majority of the world's scientists have made a boo-boo John Key's insistence on keeping to our Kyoto commitments could prove interesting.


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