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3:35 pm, August 26th, 2019 - 44 comments
Categories: capital gains, Economy, national, paul goldsmith, same old national, Simon Bridges, superannuation, tax, trade, transport, Unions, workers' rights - Tags:
This morning National released its economic policies for discussion ready to go into the next election. And there are some doozies. Like these:
It is a strange collection of policies.
The increase in the superannuation age is weak given how far in the future it is proposed.
The extended bright line test is working in Auckland and price increases have halted so why you would want to wind it back is beyond me.
As pointed out by Thomas Coughlan the regulation bonfire is straight out of Trump’s America.
The attacks on the trade union movement are predictable but pitiful. National clearly will not stop until the last Trade Union has withered and died. Then what?
The voluntary payments policy is a joke. What about free voluntary apple pie for everyone as well?
And National clearly still does not get climate change in its search for more road building.
At least we know where National wants to lead us. Straight back to the early 1990s …