Weekly Hit: The wheels have come off Jacindamania with the new Labour leader unable to give meaningful answers on anything.
Grant Robertson told the former central bank governor the central bank can "walk and chew gum at the same time.”
What do the numbers look like without the political spin and how does the system work?
The former National Party leader has also taken a swipe at the government for not already abolishing Maori seats.
Setting economic targets gives politicians the chance to sound decisive and ambitious; they can provide an impression that something is being done.
They can even sound visionary if you like that sort of thing.