I’m really looking forward to hearing Key and Shearer’s responses, and will post them later in the day.
I have to say though, the speech itself was rather disappointing. Key didn’t make the mistake of getting the G-G to say ‘turbocharged’ (when will the economy be turbocharged, by the way Mr Key?), but he also didn’t put any vision into it.
It basically read like he’d copy and pasted the different coalition agreements into a speech.
What is the Government’s vision for New Zealand? What will the legacy of the 50th Parliament be?