The Media Party are pushing for Jacinda Ardern to be deputy leader of the Labour party.
It really is a push with little or no merit, and yesterday’s performance in the house suggests that Ardern is not yet ready.
The National Party ministers and backbench had a feast as Ardern asked dopey questions about pies.
During parliamentary question time, Green Party MP Kevin Hague asked Health Minister Jonathan Coleman why the plan did not include a sugary drinks tax.
But Dr Coleman said again that there was not enough evidence to justify a tax.
“I know the member would love to tax all sorts of things… All I know is that if we have a Labour-Greens government, the price of everything is going to go up – it won’t be just soft drinks.” Read more »