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Political points scoring on immigration? Woodhouse thinks not

Michael Woodhouse responds to criticism over the government's move to cut immigration levels.

Jason Walls
Wed, 12 Oct 2016

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse is pouring cold water over claims the government’s move to curb immigration is simply a case of political point scoring.

Yesterday the government unveiled its plan to cut the number of resident approvals by 5000 for the next two years, as well as raising

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Jason Walls
Wed, 12 Oct 2016
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