Aug 25, 2014

Hacked emails send ‘Teflon John’ Key scrambling

Think politics are much more above board across the Tasman? Think again, writes New Zealand-born freelance journalist Rachel Williamson.

Claims of dirty dealings within New Zealand’s National Party are shaking the reputation of once squeaky-clean Prime Minister John Key.

Investigative journalist Nicky Hager’s latest book, Dirty Politics, details the way government figures have directed public attacks against their political opponents since 2005, as well as the government’s close relationship with right-wing blogger Cameron Slater.

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One thought on “Hacked emails send ‘Teflon John’ Key scrambling

  1. klewso

    Show me a squeaky clean Prime Minister and I’ll show you an oil can.

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