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Citizen-A: Nikki Kaye & Jacinda Ardern Debate-2

Bomber Bradbury's – Citizen-A!

Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury delivers his weekly current affairs programme Citizen-A!

This week on Citizen A: Debate 2 between Auckland Central Frontrunners Nikki Kaye & Jacinda Ardern...

Issue one: How does crippling the welfare state do anything other than bash bennies?

Issue two: The Prison Monster is now a moral and fiscal failure, can we believe Government crocodile tears when they have built that monster?

Issue three tonight: Won't selling our assets actually help mum and dad investors in China?


Citizen-A broadcasts on Sky channel 89 & Freeview channel 21 on Thursday and Sunday evenings. Also, check out Bomber on Facebook...

The show broadcasts weekly on Triangle/Stratos TV and on Scoop. Bomber also posts on the Tumeke! blog: www.tumeke.blogspot.com.



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