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Phil Goff 3/10/11: Poor Polls and Video Surveillance

Phil Goff 3/10/11: Poor Polls and Police Surveillance


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At Labour leader Phil Goff's weekly press standup, topics covered included:

• Weekend sports and Dan Carter's groin.

• Poor recent poll results for Labour.

• Last week's credit rating downgrade.

• Bill English proposes 'thicker and faster' public service cuts.

• Crime statistics.

• Serious Fraud Office drinking champagne from failed company.

• Defence capability plan.

• Video surveillance bill, Labour's bottom lines and the select commitee process.



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