Beyond, Not Back

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A Rare Intervention

This week, we’ve seen the synthesis of the opposition to Aotearoa’s COVID-19 strategy emerge in three similar forms. Firstly, former Prime Minister and noted waitress harasser, Sir John Key had a 1300 word Op-Ed published on every single media platform he offered it to, insisting that New Zealanders could not…

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