Labour-Green speeches: Plenty of sizzle but where's the steak?
The absence of substance seems to be part of a threefold, somewhat contradictory, strategy. And what about Winston?
Mon, 30 Jan 2017
It was a good summer gathering.
The "vibe" – to quote more than one commentator at the Labour-Greens joint state of the nation speeches in Auckland on Sunday afternoon – seems to have been that of a rather political, but still relatively laid-back and friendly summer barbecue.
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