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Public Address 24/11/06 - What Happens Next

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/11/06 - What happens next

Of course it's about the book | Nov 24, 2006 08:26
Russell Brown's Hard News

It's not about the book. Of course it's about the book. Gerry Brownlee has done a support deal allowing him to remain as deputy leader and, as a stray dog in the street could tell you, John Key will be elected leader on Monday...
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Citizen Key | Nov 23, 2006 21:48
David Slack on his own account

I was watching the TV news tonight as they took a camera to the streets and asked the good people of New Zealand what they thought of the putative 11th leader of the National Party...
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Don has the Last Gaffe | Nov 23, 2006 19:42
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

(from Close Up, Thursday 23rd... Dr Don Brash explaining his decision to stand down) Don Brash: We're almost at the end of the parliamentary year, next week is a recess week in fact, and I thought it was desirable, in fact originally the plan was to go in...
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