Interview: Amy Adams

By Guyon Espiner In Politics

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Amy Adams is a name that ensures you will almost always be top of any alphabetical list. The initials suit her: AA, top of the class. She’s alliterative by name and National by nature. She has the blonde bob, the white teeth and the white skin. There are no pearls today, but she does wear them. She’s a Canterbury farmer and a former lawyer. After just one year in Cabinet, and at just over 40, Adams is already being talked about as a future National leader. She’s certainly competent and knowledgeable in her portfolios, which include Minister for the Environment and Associate Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery. ...

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