Labour is desperately spinning on their union-pushed policy to abolish Partnership Schools, says ACT Leader David Seymour.
While Jacinda tries to run a ‘relentlessly positive’ campaign, Chris Hipkins is busy threatening four small schools.
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION BY DAVID SEYMOUR AT 04:40
“Andrew Little’s train wreck interview at the hands of Susie Fergusson this morning goes to the heart of Labour’s identity crisis,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.
“The Party cannot decide if it is the party of middle class teacher union representatives who want to maintain an education monopoly, or its Maori candidates who want competition and choice in line with the official position of the Iwi Leaders Forum.