Bulletin 8/2/2017

Summary:

The MPs are back in parliament after Waitangi Day and making speeches.  National congratulates itself on improving NCEA achievement.  The Salvation Army State of the Nation report provides ammunition for Labour and Greens to attack National on homelessness, poverty, and inequality.   New Zealand First takes the opportunity to blame immigrants for the housing shortage.  ACT thinks it’s a great time for a tax cut.

 

Echo Chamber National:

Keep pushing that Willie Jackson controversy:

 

They’re tweeting about speeches in parliament that we can’t see, without providing context or summaries:

 

Investing in the regions:

 

Earthquake relief:

 

On education achievement, though correlation doesn’t necessarily mean causation:

 

Medical marijuana:

 

Budget date announced:

 

Echo Chamber Labour:

On the attack:

 

Still talking about Peter Thiel:

 

Medical marijuana:

 

Homelessness and lack of affordable housing:

 

Salvation Army’s State of the Nation:

 

Echo Chamber Green:

On speech-making in parliament:

 

Farmland encroaching on rivers:

 

On climate change:

 

On the housing shortage:

 

Salvation Army State of the Nation report:

 

Introducing bill to accept more refugees:

 

On medical marijuana:

 

Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

On parliament speeches:

 

Housing shortage is because of immigrants, apparently:

 

Echo Chamber Maori Party:

 

Echo Chamber ACT:

Speech-making:

 

Staking territory:

 

Tax cuts at every opportunity:

 

Echo Chamber United Future:

Speech-making:

 

On medical marijuana:

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