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The Opposition says NZ First MP Shane Jones is deliberately deflecting controversy with Spark attack

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
The Opposition says NZ First MP Shane Jones is deliberately deflecting controversy with Spark attackThe Opposition is accusing Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones of deliberately creating a distraction to shift the focus away from issues around questions of a conflict of interest. Yesterday, Jones launched an...
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