Leader David Seymour says the party’s 0.5% was a frustrating election result.
"OK, don't laugh: How about if David Seymour were to follow the venerable example of Sir Ronald Algie, National MP for Remuera (now part of Epsom) from 1943 to 1966 and who served as Speaker of the House from 1961 - 1966?"
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"It is a shame that the Greens are hampered in realising their environmental agenda because of their entrenched left-wing views. They would be a much more effective environmental party if they focused on their green policies, and partnered with whichever party best supported those - National or Labour."
"Typically, middle-class experts only think of thinks from the National Party perspective, not the Greens'. The Greens campaigned on changing the govt, and would be hung, drawn, and quartered by their supporters at the next election if they joined a 'coalition of the damned'."