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The irony of next Monday's public holiday

While Labour MPs pushed the public holiday, David Seymour does not think their monarchism is "sincere".

Act opposes public holiday

Brent Edwards Wed, 21 Sep 2022

Act Party leader David Seymour has repeated his concerns that next Monday’s public holiday will be disruptive and costly.

Legislation paving the way for the public holiday went through Parliament under urgency last night, with Act voting against it.

Seymour said the public holiday would create

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