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Scoop Audio: Key And Banks Announce Deal

Scoop Audio: Key And Banks Announce Deal

John Key, John Banks, confidence and supply agreement, press conference
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Audio of National Leader John Key and ACT (Parliamentary) Leader John Banks announcing their confidence and supply agreement.

National's statement on the deal is here and ACT's is here.

The Prime Minister also discusses his expectations for the Government books, and Mr Banks confirms that he has made a statement to police regarding the recording of the 'teapot tapes' conversation between the two leaders.

[Audio begins shortly after beginning of press conference.]

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John Key, John Banks, confidence and supply agreement, press conference

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