Handy hint for National Party Conference Attendees

In an effort to make the media focus on National taking New Zealand back to the Depression, the National Party dinner at conference is 1930’s themed.

As a guide to all attendees who don’t have their old clothes from the good old days when everyone was as happy as the birds in spring although half starved and poor as church mice, here are a few places to get costumes in Wellington. Obviously with the average age of National members being pretty high not many will need costumes when they can just go to their attic.

The caterers have really come to the party and are offering a fine selection of 1930s food. Roast Mutton covered in dripping and three veg and Scotch eggs well past their use by date.


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