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Inside The Budget 2014 Lockup -Audio + Video + Images

Inside The Budget 2014 Lockup - Audio + Video + Images


By Anne Russell and Alastair Thompson

Two hundred odd journalists and analysts packed the Beehive's banquet hall for the annual Budget Day lockup from 10.30am to 2pm today. Finance Minister Bill English delivered a powerpoint presentation and took questions from the crowd. Scoop's Anne Russell recorded the event.

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Finance Minister Bill English following delivery of his presentation to the lockup.


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Business Innovation and Employment Minister Steven Joyce listens to his colleague Bill English.


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The cameras were rolling.


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Finance Minister Bill English during his presentation.


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Analysts preparing their reports.


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A view of the Budget lockup from the entrance.


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Members of the Press Gallery and analysts.

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Financial commentator Bernard Hickey


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Budget data visualisation impresario and blogger Keith Ng


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Scoop Editor Alastair Thompson

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