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MPs clash over fiscal holes and budget blowouts

Finance spokespeople debate the main issues in Wellington today.

Nicola Willis and Grant Robertson debate the numbers today.

National’s Nicola Willis has again called out Labour for its “addiction to spending” at the first finance debate of the election campaign in Wellington.

Grant Robertson also defended his record as Finance Minister this term, saying the past three years had been challenging amid Covid-19 and

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MPs clash over fiscal holes and budget blowouts
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