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Labour policy bonfire scorches its own manifesto

OPINION: As the main leaders’ popularity almost levels, Labour will be wondering what policy it needs to get back on public’s side.

NBR columnist Brigitte Morten speaks with Brent Edwards.

What happens when you throw everything at the wall and nothing sticks? This is the likely conversation happening in the Labour Party offices this week. Monday’s TVNZ poll is the first public poll since Labour’s big cost-of-living centrepiece – GST exemption on fruit and vegetables. And,

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