We’ve chosen the questions for John Key in the seventh installment of our “Interview the Leaders” series.
The first question remains the same, as for all leaders:
Of which of your achievements in politics are you most proud?
For the others we’ve gone with Darryl’s question:
Under the last National government most people’s wages fell and the gap with Australia increased by 50%. Under Labour wage growth has been strong and the gap with Australia has remained static. How can National therefore claim any credibility to campaign on the wage gap?
And this from Nicholas O’Kane:
Can you give one issue, where you hold a view that is unpopular with the New Zealand public, that you are not willing to compromise your position on, even if the refusal to compromise on that position may cost you many votes in the election?
While we await his responses this is your chance to get in a question for Winston Peters in what will be the final interview of this series. Make your suggestions in the comments. Tough but fair.