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Climate change policy skewered at red meat sector debate

Labour’s Damien O’Connor and National’s Todd McClay square off in front of a sector not fond of upcoming agricultural emissions pricing.

National’s Todd McClay, MC Tova O’Brien, and Labour’s Damien O’Connor duke it out.

Dita De Boni Mon, 07 Aug 2023

It had been pitched a debate so brutal it would leave ‘blood on the floor’ but, in the end, when Minister for Agriculture Damien O’Connor and National Party primary production spokesperson Todd McClay met in front of the red meat sector last night in Auckland, it was more like a gentle

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