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Audio & Video: PM's Post-Cab Presser Monday, 11 July 2011

PM's Post-Cabinet Press Conference Monday, 04 April 2011


Scoop Video + Audio: Press conference held after today's cabinet meeting - Monday, 11 July 2011


By Alastair Thompson



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Prime Minister John Key

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  • Scoop Video : Video on demand of Prime Minister John Key's press conference today following cabinet. The Press conference began with an announcement about ACC levies with ACC Minister Nick Smith. After the business readout, the PM answered questions on the Brash/ACT anti-Maori advertising campaign, capital gains tax, carbon tax, aslyum seekers and the launch of Pure Advantage.

PART 1 - ACC

PART 2 - BUSINESS READOUT

PART 3 - BRASH/ACT

PART 4 - CAPITAL GAINS TAX

PART 5 - CARBON TAX, PURE ADVANTAGE LAUNCH AND BOAT PEOPLE

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