Apology to Hon. Steven Joyce
Monday 23 April
Apology to Hon. Steven
On 2 March 2018 a column I wrote was published in
the print edition of the NBR and on the NBR’s website. It
was titled: “Joyce sacking first test of Bridges’
This article could reasonably be understood
to suggest that the Hon. Steven Joyce had engaged in
unethical, dishonest and/or corrupt behaviour during his
tenure as a Minister in the previous National Government.
Nothing in the column was intended to convey such
suggestions, which would be untrue. I apologise to Mr Joyce
for any harm caused as a consequence.
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