NZ First admits ACT foiled its Kiwisaver theft plans

BY David Seymour at 22 September, 2017

NZ First candidate Richard Prosser has admitted today that he and Winston Peters planned to nationalise the assets of New Zealander’s Kiwisaver schemes, until their scheme was called out by ACT leader David Seymour.

“Winston Peters can’t be trusted in government,” Mr Seymour said. “He only abandoned his North Korean nationalisation plans when ACT challenged him in public. What else is he planning?”

“Neither of the major parties can be trusted to hold Mr

RMA prevented Marsden pipe upgrade

BY Beth Houlbrooke at 18 September, 2017

The RMA is the real culprit of the current fuel crisis, says ACT deputy leader Beth Houlbrooke, who worked as PA to the project director during the pipeline’s installation in 1982.

“This is just another example of the infrastructure failure that National has allowed to grow over time, due to their reluctance to tackle flawed regulations like the Resource Management Act (RMA),” says Mrs Houlbrooke.

“The RMA bogs down private operators like Refining NZ in red tape,

If Richard Prosser is a F***ing Idiot then Winston Peters is a F***ing Liar

BY David Seymour at 23 August, 2017

ACT has made Winston Peters back down on New Zealand First’s plans to confiscate New Zealanders’ investments in the sharemarket and Kiwisaver, ACT Leader David Seymour says. But Peters lied about his party’s policies as he wriggled off the hook.

“Richard Prosser warned shareholders in energy companies to sell their shares now before New Zealand First compulsorily acquired them for a massively discounted rate in a confiscation of private property. New Zealand First’s nationalization

ACT cautiously supports energy innovation bill at first reading

BY ACT at 8 November, 2016

ACT Leader David Seymour has voted for the Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles and Other Matters) Amendment Bill at first reading today, but will continue to discuss possible changes with the Minister of Energy.

“This Government is right to consider emerging transport technologies. New Zealanders choosing to use electric and self-driving cars may well do far more to improve congestion and pollution than anything else,” says Mr Seymour.

“While it’s understandable that the Government wants to

Relief as taxpayers unburdened of Solid Energy investment

BY David Seymour at 31 October, 2016

The sale of Solid Energy assets is a useful reminder of why taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to own businesses, says ACT Leader David Seymour.

“This is a teachable moment for politicians who harp on about governments getting a revenue stream from business investments. For every productive investment there’s a Solid Energy.

“It’s reckless for any Government to use taxpayer money for business investments, and Solid Energy has been a perfect example of why. Taxpayers have