Patrick Gower on the week in politics
Thu, 21 Jun 2012 9:31a.m.
Political reporter Patrick Gower looks at the week in politics, and says that Parliament is breaking down into "war".
Asset sales continue to dominate the agenda, and an unlikely bromance looks set to blossom between the Prime Minister and Winston Peters.
Meanwhile, the first car is set to be crushed today under new anti-boy-racing laws. Patrick has a special shout-out for Judith "Crusher" Collins, who was responsible for the legislation.
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21/06/2012 8:23:06 p.m.
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