Bulletin 25/5/2017


It’s Budget day and National has a lot of numbers behind dollar signs for you to think about.  Labour replies by pointing to the housing crisis, insufficient school and healthcare funding.  The Greens also have much to say, including the lack of attention to conservation and climate change, insufficient funding for education, healthcare, Radio New Zealand, and the fact that the tax changes benefit the richest the most.  ACT thinks there should be more tax cuts and spending cuts, believe it or not.


Echo Chamber National:

Budget 2017:


Echo Chamber Labour:

On private data:


On education funding:


On mental health funding:


On housing:


Budget 2017:


Echo Chamber Green:

Budget 2017:


On education funding:


On transport:


On Maori incarceration:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Budget 2017:


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

Budget 2017:


Echo Chamber ACT:

But let’s cut taxes for the richest:


But let’s not help children:


But let’s give corporations more money:


But let’s cut superannuation:


But let people become homeless:


Echo Chamber United Future:

Budget 2017:



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