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11:56 am, October 15th, 2013 - 37 comments
Categories: capital gains, david cunliffe, death with dignity, housing, labour, us politics, video - Tags: Native Affairs, skills training
Cunliffe shows yet again that he knows how to front the media on current issues, and can respond to journalists questions clearly and decisively while being informed on the issues.
Scoop youtube video of Cunliffe stand-up in Parliament corridors – presumably today because he talks about last night’s Native Affairs programme:
Cunliffe says an independent inquiry is needed of Kōhanga Reo National Trust
US government unlikely to default on its debts.
What we’re seeing is the world’s biggest game of chicken.
On reports of the collapse in the first home buyers market: National Party’s housing policy is a shambles:
They neither have a decent supply side mechanism like Kiwibuild, nor do they have a Capital Gains Tax, and the Reserve Bank’s been left up the macro prudential creek without a paddle.
Labour is for a decent skills training policy for New Zealanders, as a priority over encouraging skilled immigrant.
Cunliffe says it was a good call to withdraw the Euthanasia Bill from the ballot, as it needs to be dealt with free from the politicisation of an election year.