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5 ways you can help us change the government this year

2017 is an election year, and we’re ready to change the government – but to do that, we need your help!

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5 more things you probably don't know about Bill English

Think you know Bill English and what he stands for? These facts might shock you...

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5 things you probably don't know about Bill English

Think you know Bill English and what he stands for? These facts might shock you...

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The new economy

Last Friday, I announced some changes to our shadow cabinet. These changes came as a result of some MP retirements and the election of our new MP for Mt Roskill, Michael Wood.

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Bill English: A PM for every New Zealander?

UPDATE: The Abortion Supervisory Committee has called for New Zealand's abortion laws to be updated. Currently, they're forty years old and part of the Crimes Act.

In what's becoming a pattern, Bill English said he'd prefer to stay in the past and ignore that recommendation.

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Bill English: The Beginner's Guide

Today, Bill English becomes the 39th Prime Minister of New Zealand. It’s a position he’s been after for a while ‒ and he’s well known for his disastrous last attempt, where he led the party to their worst ever election result in 2002. Since 2008, he’s been this country’s Finance Minister.

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National by the numbers

What's the real record?

Here are some of the numbers since National came to office in 2008...

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10 reasons it's time to change the Government

As 2016 draws to a close, it’s time to look back on the political year - and the Nats have had a shocker. We’ve highlighted ten of the ways National has made Kiwis’ lives even harder:

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Our Work, Our Future update

Last night, my Bill to ensure the government buys Kiwi-made was debated in Parliament.

It's a commonsense way to back Kiwi jobs and keep the money the government spends in New Zealand.

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Andrew Little: Speech to the Property Council’s Residential Development Summit

Good afternoon. Thank you for inviting me along today. 

I want to acknowledge Property Council chief executive Connal Townsend and the interim chairman of the Residential Development Council Martin Udale. 

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