Trivial pursuits

By Jane Clifton In Politics

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8th December, 2012
Just in time for Christmas, Labour’s smarmies and front-bums give John Tamihere another chance, the Prime Minister tries a diet of insect larvae, Peter Dunne offers to stop some – but not all – animal torture and the polls reach a tantalising tipping point. The sheer dizzying randomness of politics this year has been a constant marvel. ...

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