Q + A - Monday May 6
This week on Q + A...
The leader of Destiny Church, Bishop
Brian Tamaki, is calling out the Government for not funding
his programme for prisoners – can he prove it actually
works? He’s live in the studio with Jack Tame
Social Development Minister Carmel Sepuloni is
making changes to the welfare system, but where is the
transformation the Welfare Expert Advisory Group called
Police Commissioner Mike Bush talks to Jack about the
changing nature of security since the Christchurch Mosque
And leading historian Dr Vincent O’Malley calls
for compulsory school lessons on New Zealand history.
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Gordon Campbell: On The RWC, And The Op Burnham Inquiry
Testimony was given that damning evidence had been culpably ignored, lost or (deliberately?) mislaid. The systems for handling secret material from our allies were – to be charitable – only loosely observed.
Moreover… vital evidence was only belatedly made available to the inquiry, and former NZDF officers later found to be central to the events under scrutiny were strangely missing from the original witness list offered by NZDF. In short, last week’s cross-examination of the military’s former top brass demonstrated in detail that the NZDF had consistently misled its Ministers (and the wider public) for years, over the impact of our military activities in Afghanistan. More>>