When Sir Michael Fay and Winston Peters are on the same side, history must be the plaything of naughty fairies, writes Jane Clifton.
When Winston Peters and Sir Michael Fay end up on the same side of an argument about public asset sales, it’s hard to resist the theory that history is the secret plaything of naughty fairies. Fay, the poster-boy for the opportunistic private depletion of this country’s national wealth, should really try to arrange a symbolic tea ceremony with his old Winebox foe, such is the absurd circularity of his, and Winston’s, position.
Nobody – least of all the Government, which will lose votes hand-over-fist thanks to the Crafar sale to a Chinese conglomerate – welcomes asset sales to ...
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