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Shearer's economic speech peppered with contradictory policy

Rob Hosking
Thu, 18 Oct 2012

Labour leader David Shearer’s speech on jobs today contains some delicate avoidance of the implications of some of his own policies.

Take the speech’s starting point.

Mr Shearer began, as he so often does with these speeches, with an anecdote of something someone had told him.

This

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Rob Hosking
Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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