A government in jackboots
A recent headline echoes the current mood of this now fed-up country, with Sir Russell Coutts, five-times the America’s Cup winner and Olympic gold medallist, claiming the New Zealand government is turning into a dictatorship. His claim is now widely echoed, including by Don Brash, a former Governor of the Reserve Bank and subsequent leader of the National Party.
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