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War against New Zealanders

Labour’s legacy of booby traps for the Luxon government

6 January 2024

9:00 AM

6 January 2024

9:00 AM

It’s bad enough that the outgoing Labour government laid down a minefield of concealed costs of which the present coalition should have been made aware. Worse is what can be legitimately questioned as sheer corruption, and deliberate attempts to subvert our democracy and kneecap our economy. With former finance minister Grant Robertson now hailed as arguably the most incompetent in our history, the cheques to be written to pay out the many contracts canned as a result of repealing Three Waters will be astronomically expensive.

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