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Manning & Pollard: Remembering MPs Who Are Taking A Bow

95bFM Audio: Selwyn Manning & Will Pollard – Remembering Those Mps Who Are Taking A Bow

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On today's counter-clockwise, Selwyn Manning and 95bFM's Will Pollard discuss some of the talents of those Mps who have delivered their valedictory speeches in Parliament. What did they stand for, and how should we remember them?

    Sue Kedgley
    Hon. Mita Ririnui
    Keith Locke
    Dr Ashraf Choudhary
    Hon. Heather Roy
    Hon. Sir Roger Douglas
    Hon. George Hawkins
    Lynne Pillay
    Hon. Pete Hodgson
    Hon. Jim Anderton
    Sandra Goudie
    Hon. Georgina te Heuheu
    Hon. Dr Wayne Mapp
    Hon. Simon Power...

    Scoop wishes them well...

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