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Dairy industry ‘begged’ Key not to go public

During his speech, Mr Key said that the 1080 poisoning threat was “in all probability likely to be a hoax”.

Jamie Ball and Jason Walls
Fri, 20 Mar 2015

Prime Minister John Key has told a business breakfast meeting that the dairy industry “begged” him not to go public about the threat to poison infant formula with 1080.

Mr Key was speaking yesterday at an Institute of Directors breakfast at The Pullman hotel in Auckland.

During his speech, Mr Key

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Jamie Ball and Jason Walls
Fri, 20 Mar 2015
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