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PM Post-Cabinet Press Conference - 21 July 2014

PM Post-Cabinet Press Conference - 21 July 2014

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by The Scoop Team

Prime Minister John Key and Finance Minister Bill English met with reporters today to discuss:
• The government’s activities in the public sector
• Reductions to welfare
• Crime statistics
• NCEA results and policy
• Civilian casualties in Gaza
• The Malaysian diplomat and Key’s attitude towards Tania Billingsley
• The situation in the Ukraine, possible military assistance and UN action
• High immigration numbers
• The Greens’ proposal to extend early childhood education
• Winston Peters’ proposal to make it an offence to be drunk in public
• The free trade agreement with Korea

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