The power behind the Nats’ message discipline

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Had to laugh at this in The Herald on Rich’s retirement:

She has told all her caucus colleagues only that morning that she’s retiring.

One of them – Simon Power, who entered Parliament on the same date in 1999 – is quietly sitting beside her now for moral support.

“It’s like having Big Brother right here with me”, said Rich, who seemed strangely uncomfortable.

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