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Damien O’Connor’s ‘slightly flasher prison cell’

New Zealand pushes for better goods access to both Europe and the UK.

Brent Edwards Thu, 01 Jul 2021

Trade Minister Damien O’Connor is hopeful trade deals with the United Kingdom and the European Union can both be largely finalised by the end of the year.

As he sits in managed isolation in an Auckland hotel – following his return from Europe last Friday – O’Connor is being kept busy

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