INCITE:Politics

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Winston ain’t scared of no Cam

Unlike John Key and the National party, Winston Peters knows an educated audience when he sees one.

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And INCITE:Politics would not be a credible commentator if it wasn’t following the rising fortunes of the NZ First Party. ?Guess who Winston calls “Excruciatingly boring”? Read more »

INCITE:Politics – you can only get it here

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The latest issue has just been emailed to existing subscribers. Once again, exclusive polling and content you can’t find anywhere else.

Both Andrew Little and John Key are losing ground. Are the voters tired of National, but out of alternatives?

INCITE:Politics asked ten questions of Auckland Mayoral candidates and have all their answers. Phil Goff, David Hay, Mark Thomas, Vic Crone and John Palino explain their thoughts for the future of Auckland.

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Summer Edition of INCITE: Politics almost ready

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We are just putting the final touches to the Summer Edition of INCITE: Politics.

Our designer and proofer was enjoying a much-earned holiday this weekend but it should be ready for delivery later tonight or tomorrow morning.

In this month?s edition we have contributions from Chris Trotter, Don Brash, David Farrar and Jock Anderson, as well as the usual contributions from Simon Lusk and myself.

  • Chris Trotter asks a very hard question
  • David Farrar provides some long-term predictions
  • Don Brash investigates Auckland’s affordable housing issue
  • Jock Anderson discusses a very interesting case before the courts

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Summer Edition of “INCITE: Politics” nearly completed

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We are just finalising copy for the Summer Edition of INCITE: Politics and it will be ready shortly for dissemination to subscribers.

In this month’s edition we have contributions from Chris Trotter, Don Brash, David Farrar and Jock Anderson, as well as the usual contributions from Simon Lusk and myself.

We will also be looking at potential leadership options, what Labour can do about their dead wood and John Key’s not-so-secret strategy that is bleeding resources and support from Labour. ? Read more »

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