The Deputy Leader of the National Party calls in this morning to discuss some of the unsettling situations happening in our polticial sphere this week. Covering the Labour Party sexual assault allegations, drug reform and the cannabis referendum, and the governments announcement for a Suicide Prevention Office.
Deputy Leader of the National Party, Paula Bennett dials in to talk with Rachel about catching the common cold, National's plans to scrap 100 regulations if elected in 2020, plans to raise superannuation and her plans to come on as a list MP.
Deputy Leader of National Party, Paula Bennett, chats to Rachel about Ihumātao. Rachel asks Paula Bennett what the Opposition would be doing differently? The pair cover the Resource Management Act and what happened at the National Party conference.
After a short hiatus, Rachel is back chatting with the Deputy Leader of the National Party, Paula Bennett. This week, talking about the cleaner vehicle incentive, KiwiBuild, and whether a tobacco tax is unfairly taxing some people more than others.
Rachel chats to National Party Deputy Leader, Paula Bennett, about Aotearoa's 40 year old abortion laws, the government's pledge to fund $320 million into family and sexual violence, and National's proposition for closer ties to the US.
Rachel talks to National Party Deputy Leader, Paula Bennett, for the first time, and with cannabis and our climate at the forefront of change, the pair dive headfirst into these matters. Rachel also asks about the National Party's leadership, is there anything concerning them...?
Mikey chats to National MP Chris Penk for the last time this week, and he how stable is the National Party's leadership after recent polls? Also talking their culture review and what's next for National.