Get your questions in for Key

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Our ‘Interview the Leaders‘ series is going well and this week it’s your chance to submit questions to the man who wants you to want him to be your next Prime Minister. It’s been an interesting week for Key as, once again, a tentative venture into the land of substantive policy saw him come out on the wrong side of public opinion over the rail buy-back.

Maybe you would like to ask him how internal decision making in National works considering how in disarry they’ve been over assets, maybe you want to ask him why he’s so awesome, or maybe you just want to know how the sun is this time of year in Maui. Now’s your chance to find out. Ask Here.

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