National: policy free zone

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policy-free-zone1.gifFrom Morning Report (full audio) earlier today:

Sean Plunket: Final question when do we get to see your party’s ah local government policy?

John Key: Well we’ve, we’ve already ah, you know, made quite a lot of things clear. We’re going to release um a local government discussion document at some point but in the, in the election…

Sean Plunket: Okay at some point that’s it it doesn’t answer the question. Thanks for joining us. That is John Key, Leader of the National Party.

John, the public deserves better than this. Everyone’s been pretty tolerant up till now but frankly it’s beginning to wear a little thin. On the big issues the public deserves the chance to properly assess what you have on offer well before the election.

Perhaps we’d be better off talking to Bill?

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