This past week has surely been the most difficult and
ultimately demeaning one in the otherwise stellar political
career of one John Phillip Key.
Prime Minister John Key should accept it's "game over" and
acknowledge his office's dirty tricks operation rather than
continuing his string of recent lies about it, Labour leader
Andrew Little says.
Prime Minister John Key this afternoon confirmed he was in
touch with attack blogger Cameron Slater about the Cheryl
Gwyn report the night before it was released this week.
Moira Coatsworth has resigned
as president of the Labour Party and will stand down in
The mug on Judith Collins' desk has "best female in a leading
role" written on it. The woman who drinks from it claims she
has lost all appetite for that leading role after the
troubles of the year just gone.
Questions remain about missing evidence and gaps in the
Judith Collins investigation.
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