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Simon Bridges quick to defend Christopher Luxon on his first day as a National candidate

New Zealand Herald Monday, 4 November 2019 ()
Simon Bridges quick to defend Christopher Luxon on his first day as a National candidateNew National Party candidate Christopher Luxon has appeared to endorse cutting Working for Families payments of parents who don't vaccinate their children.But National Party leader Simon Bridges is already jumping to his defence,...
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