Daily Review 04/07/2016

Written By: - Date published: 6:00 pm, July 4th, 2016 - 14 comments
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Tony Blair sitting in the dock at the hague

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14 comments on “Daily Review 04/07/2016”

  1. George Hendry 1

    Nga mihi whanui ki a tatou katoa tautoko ana i te whakatautanga o te reo tuatahi o to tatou whenua kainga i te rawhitu o te reo maori ia tau, ia tau,

    Tena tatou katoa.

  2. ScottGN 2

    This analysis from Fairfax examining why Turnbull and the Liberal Party got it so wrong in Western Sydney is interesting, especially the bit about the faulty polling. It’s looking more and more likely voters are getting very resistant to being constantly polled and have either stopped picking up or are even outright lying to the pollsters.

  3. Whateva next? 3

    Polling, constant choices about which side we take, whether it’s on “the block” the “bachelorette” or a flag….same in US, Trump or Clinton? And in UK, Europe or Brexit?, Corbyn or Blairites? etc, etc”…….all about division, and being ruled?

  4. Nigel Farage has just resigned as UKIP leader. Achieved all he set out to do, apparently.

  5. rhinocrates 5

    Thats profound:

    “Obviously like any language, [Maori] is a series of words and of course if you can understand those words then I can understand what they’re saying.”

    Now guess who said it, go on, guess. Hint: sounds like “Donkey.”

  6. Sabine 6


    Nigel Farage resigns?


    bring out the smelling salts.

  7. joe90 7

    Turkey, Bangladesh and Iraq have made for a shit few days so here’s Rufus and Choir! Choir! Choir!.

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