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Leaders' debate and the dangers of the Churchill Syndrome


“But the question on everybody's lips is where to from here? Even senior business people are saying to me they have no idea what the gameplan is.” — David Cunliffe

Rob Hosking
Fri, 29 Aug 2014

OPINION

John Key and David Cunliffe’s first head-to-head debate came off with the Labour leader in front.

The important thing about the debate is actually less the chatter about the number of interruptions, the two leaders’ body language, or that asinine question about “what’s your ideal

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Rob Hosking
Fri, 29 Aug 2014
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