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  1. Video for Ngāti Maniapoto's Simon Bridges rules out National leadership run
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    Ngāti Maniapoto's Simon Bridges rules out National leadership run

    Former National Party leader, Simon Bridges, has ruled out any future plans to lead his party. 

  2. Video for Winston Peters endorses Tracey Martin as children's minister
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    Winston Peters endorses Tracey Martin as children's minister

    He's taking the credit for increasing foreign aid to the Pacific as well.

  3. Video for Ella Henry says National's front bench is far less colour blind this time
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    Ella Henry says National's front bench is far less colour blind this time

    But political commentator Ella Henry says National party won't beat Labour this time.

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    Simon Bridges 'burned' by National, Todd Muller elected new leader

    It's official - 'Pax Simonicus' is over. The first Māori leader and co-leader combination of the National Party is out. Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller and Auckland Central MP Nikki Kaye were elected in an emergency caucus meeting held today.

  5. Video for Winston brings the house down on National
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    Winston brings the house down on National

    Winston Peters brought his characteristic humour back to Parliament as he replied to the Opposition's denouncement of the Budget.

  6. Video for “Mark my words, I’ll ensure that happens” – Bridges vows more Māori voice at Epidemic Response Committee
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    “Mark my words, I’ll ensure that happens” – Bridges vows more Māori voice at Epidemic Response Committee

    The chair of the Epidemic Response Committee and National Party Leader Simon Bridges has vowed to have more Māori present to the Epidemic Response Committee, after coming under fire for the lack of Māori that have fronted the committee since its inception weeks ago. 

  7. Video for Parliament reopens, Opposition MPs challenge Govt COVID-19 response
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    Parliament reopens, Opposition MPs challenge Govt COVID-19 response

    Today politicians en masse returned physically to Parliament for the first time in over a month.

  8. Video for Community-led checkpoints invite politicians to see operations firsthand - 4.30pm Newsbreak
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    Community-led checkpoints invite politicians to see operations firsthand- 4.30pm Newsbreak

    Pandemic Response Select Committee Chair Simon Bridges said he was told a gang member at a checkpoint stopped a 70-year-old Maketū resident going to the shop, because of his age. But Wiremu Edmonds the lead operator of the Maketū checkpoint refutes the claim, saying no gang member has ever been rostered in the 19 days they've been operating.

  9. Video for Simon says we need to come out of lockdown sooner
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    Simon says we need to come out of lockdown sooner

    The Prime Minister's announcement today appears to be the middle ground between those wanting to extend Level 4 and those who wanted to move to Level 3 this week. So has she got the balance right? According to National leader Simon Bridges, she hasn't. 

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    Children’s Commissioner calls for national debate on silence laws

    Children’s Commissioner Andrew Becroft says that his views regarding the right to silence have been simplified. Becroft clarified to Te Ao Māori News that he still upholds the right to silence for those accused. In regards to his recent interview with Duncan Garner, Becroft says: “What I thought that I said when asked if witnesses should be able to just stonewall and remain silent, was that we should consider and debate whether the right to silence for those witnesses should be abolished or amended.” What Becroft did want, he says, is a national conversation on how this fundamental right is applied in child abuse investigations. Becroft says that he wants a discussion on whether the laws are ‘fit for purpose’, not the abolition of a 400 year old democratic right. “We should seriously debate whether the right to silence for witnesses and those who saw what’s going on or know part of the puzzle whether they should be obliged to answer relevant piece questions.”

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