PM puts SOEs on notice of social responsibility obligations

PM puts SOEs on notice of social responsibility obligationsThe Prime Minister has served warning on the country's state-owned enterprises that the Government intends monitoring whether they are fulfilling their legal obligation to behave as socially responsible businesses.Since the death… [NZ Politics]

Just because one fat islander eats herself to death we now have the great big nanny state stepping in to monitor and of course backing that is the threat of regulation.

For pete's sake hasn't the old crone worked out that all that welfare isn't working…..the poor are still poor and the rich are getting richer, same ole, same ole. The electorate has worked it out and that is why Labour is fucked. 


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