Key Notes: Why should NZ be on the UN Security Council?
John Key: Why should NZ be on the UN Security
Over the weekend I returned from a
very successful visit to the United States.
I put New
Zealand’s case for a seat on the United Nations Security
Council, and met with President Obama along with other US
Our relationship with the United States is in
great shape. Watch my latest video to hear more about my
Rt Hon John
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On Tomorrow’s Speeches By John Key And
The Key government has already kicked off the political year on a stridently ideological note, with Environment Minister Nick Smith choosing to lay all manner of sins at the door of the Resource Management Act.
Tomorrow, the government will wheeling out its best salesman – Prime Minister John Key – to sell its plans for state housing, which happens to be another of the government’s most contentious, most ideologically-driven policy packages. Presumably, Key will be trying not to double down on the rhetoric, and thereby leave room for Labour leader Andrew Little to sound like the centrist voice of reason.
Key will have his work cut out, though. More>>