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PM’s address strategy of deflection not opportunism

OPINION: Anti-government protests are like gorse. Sprayed, it goes away. But it is sure to come back.

And so it ends on Parliament lawn. For the time-being, at least.

On Wednesday, when the tents in front of Parliament were set ablaze by the rabble of angry, violent protestors, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stepped up to the podium. The media was waiting. The cameras were rolling. The digital

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