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New MPs say Parliament not as partisan as some think

Kieran McAnulty says he does not know what the country would be like if he were prime minister. Watch Grant Walker's interview with the new MPs.

Brent Edwards
Fri, 04 May 2018

After six months Parliament’s new MPs are slowly coming to grips with political life and they say it is not as partisan as the public might think.

Labour list MP Kieran McAnulty, who was immediately elected junior government whip, says it is a privilege to be in Parliament.

National list MP

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Brent Edwards
Fri, 04 May 2018
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