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95bFM: Lyndon Hood & Jon Armistead Unpicking The NatACT Deal

95bFM Audio: Lyndon Hood & Jon Armistead Unpicking The NatACT Coalition Deal

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On today's counter-clockwise, Lyndon Hood and 95bFM's Jon Armistead discuss the details behind the National/ACT coalition deal struck between PM John Key and ACT leader John Banks. They discuss in particular the 2011-2014 legislative and policy plan, pros n cons of the charter schools policy, and judicial reform that challenges the convensions of justice.


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