Bulletin 9/2/2017

Summary:

National keeps stirring the Willie Jackson drama, while Labour tweets nothing at all on that issue.  Instead, Labour attacks National on the housing shortage and high house prices.  National announces scheme to expunge past homosexuality convictions, to the approval of all parties.

 

Echo Chamber National:

Stirring that Willie Jackson drama:

 

On Bill English’s Waitangi speeches:

 

Introducing scheme to expunge past homosexuality convictions:

 

Echo Chamber Labour:

Claims like this really need evidence to back it up:

 

On the government’s inadequate response to child poverty:

 

On the government’s inadequate response to the housing shortage:

 

On the solvency of ACC and its performance:

 

On reversing historic homosexuality convictions:

 

Echo Chamber Green:

Water pollution:

 

On the education bill not consulting children:

 

On compulsory te reo in schools:

 

On “National’s” housing crisis:

 

Economic inequality:

 

On clearing historic homosexuality convictions:

 

On climate change:

 

Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Blame Bill English for not enough police:

 

On Ultra Fast Broadband in Northland:

 

On Northland drought relief:

 

On housing affordability:

 

Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Nothing significant.

 

Echo Chamber ACT:

Reduce crime by cutting taxes, apparently:

 

On proposed debt-to-income mortgage limits:

 

On overturning historic homosexuality convictions:

 

Echo Chamber United Future:

On medical marijuana:

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