Daily Review 24/11/17

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, November 24th, 2017 - 42 comments
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42 comments on “Daily Review 24/11/17”

  1. stunned mullet 1

    Cricket and gardening for the weekend i think – looks like it’ll be delightful.

  2. Ad 3

    7 cubic metres of mulch off the driveway and around the garden …

    … just as soon as the Head Gardener shifts the Swan Plants and full load of compost out of the wheelbarrow.


    • Grey Area 4.1

      Could Lynch have laid it on any thicker?

    • Zorb6 4.2

      Lets hope so.He copies Key even down to his accent.Easy meat.Collins is the most astute and probably their best bet imo.

      • Colonial Viper 4.2.1

        Collins has insufficient support in caucus and in the party hierarchy to make the play

        In fact English leader Bridges deputy might be an option.

        • Cinny

          I think she might have too many skeletons in her closet to appeal to the public as a PM choice. JS

    • BM 4.3

      National aren’t complete amateurs like Labour, English will move aside in another year or so.

      • Cinny 4.3.1

        english and joyce should have both stepped down after the last election.

        bill has now twice failed to be voted by the public as PM

        joyce got the party sued with his choices, and failed to keep the party in government as campaign manager.

        maybe they are both still around because of the lack of choices to replace them.

        simon bridges won’t bring the party to victory either.

        Meanwhile nick smith is out campaigning like his career depended on it, we received his propaganda about the waimea dam in the mail this week, WestCoast/Tasman is not his electorate, that pisses me off that he’s targeting the Tasman electorate.

        Question please, what do the tories on here think of nick smith? Honest answers please, just curious. Thanks.

        • Muttonbird

          But apparently the National party aren’t complete amateurs like Labour.

          • Colonial Viper

            English led a relatively successful campaign, obtaining 44%, but could not control Winston’s final decision. English got better as he went along, freeing himself from Key’s shadow. Having said that, if English was involved in the leaking of Winston’s super details, he deserves his position in Opposition.

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