Wrapping the Week: Are Winston Peter's days numbered?

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Fri, 26 Jun 2020, 10:57AM
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Wrapping the Week: Are Winston Peter's days numbered?

Author
Newstalk ZB,
Publish Date
Fri, 26 Jun 2020, 10:57AM

Health Minister David Clark's Wikipedia entry was today edited to include a new piece of information.

As of earlier this morning, the entry about Clark on Wikipedia states that he is, as well as the Minister for Health, "an avid campaigner for throwing under the bus policy".

David Clark's biography on Wikipedia includes a new reference to the latest controversy. Photo / Wikipedia

David Clark's biography on Wikipedia includes a new reference to the latest controversy. Photo / Wikipedia

The Health Minister and director general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield have been the subject of controversy for comments made by Clark yesterday, when he was accused of throwing Bloomfield under the bus over the border blunders.

Meanwhile, New Zealand First has crashed - with a new poll showing Winston Peter's party on just 1.8 percent.

The latest TVNZ Colmar Brunton poll shows Labour could govern alone, with 50 percent support.

Meanwhile, the Greens are up to 6 percent - meaning they would make it back into Parliament.

The ACT Party has risen by almost a percent, up to 3.1 percent, so if David Seymour wins in Epsom, he'd bring three extra MPs back to the Beehive with him.

Listen above as Kate Hawkesby and Tim Wilson join Mike Hosking to discuss the big topics of the week.