“A policy backdown of this scale nine days out from an election is astounding,” says ACT Leader David Seymour in response to Labour’s urgent, last minute press conference on tax policy.
Labour’s civics classes risk turning into political indoctrination sessions, says ACT Leader David Seymour.
“To resign as party leader less than two months before an election requires enormous courage,” says ACT Leader David Seymour. “I disagree with Andrew on many things, but he has more honesty and integrity than others on the Left. These qualities were on display today.
“What this means now is even more uncertainty over what a Labour-led government would look like. With Labour in chaos, and with an inexperienced leader, Winston Peters and the Greens
Infometrics Chief forecaster, Gareth Kiernan, announced today that a dramatic slash to immigration would have a lethal impact on the New Zealand economy.
“Labour’s chaotic coalition and their proposed policies to cut immigration would decimate the economy,” said ACT Leader David Seymour. “These immigration cuts would annihilate business, impact GDP and inflation while leaving the consumers to burden the higher costs.
The Labour Party proved today their Official Information (Parliamentary Under-Secretaries) Amendment Bill was never about transparency, as they vetoed a move to increase its scope.
ACT Leader David Seymour had moved to bring the Bill back to select committee so it could be expanded to apply to the Ombudsman, the Judiciary, and the Auditor-General.
“The amendment in its current form is redundant, as Under-Secretaries like myself are already subject to the OIA, just via the