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PM's Presser 17/10/11: Rena, RWC & The Underclass


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At today's Post-Cabinet press conference Prime Minister John Key was joined by Transport Minister Steven Joyce.

Joyce briefed media on the situation with the Rena and the attempts to remove oil from the ship. He said 64 tonnes of oil had been pumped off.

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After that the Prime Minster answered questions on the Rigby World Cup including ticket sales, the economic benefits, the effect of oil spill coverage on the coverage, and winning his apple-eating bet with Australian PM Julia Gillard.

Key was also asked what effect the National government has had on New Zealand's 'underclass' during its term in office.

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