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Sir Ruthless sabotages Crusher, schools Ardern. Why?

OPINION: Sir John Key’s prescription for an open economy was hardly radical.

Duncan Garner Mon, 04 Oct 2021

I got to know Sir John Key well as prime minister, covering his every move, facial expression and utterance when I was the political editor for 3 News.

Shrewd, initially underrated, sensitive, someone who hated criticism, a good listener, a terrible liar, Key was always keen to improve and

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