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Breakfast With Spanky: Phil Goff - 23.11.09

RDU Audio: Breakfast With Spanky – Phil Goff

  • RDU Audio: November 23, 2009

    Labour leader Phil Goff rang in for his fortnightly update from their camp. Of course Phil disagrees with basically everything National is doing, so wouldn’t it be good to hear from John Key? I think if we start a petition we could sway him back, so leave a comment and I’ll flick them to his P.A. that oughta do it. We talk to Phil about the Iwi and emission trading scheme, firing Hone and looking into homelessness in New Zealand.

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