Gone By Lunchtime meets The Breakfast Club as leading NZ politics podcasters Annabelle Lee, Ben Thomas and Toby Manhire splinter desperately into millennial solidarity.
In the historic first ever Spinoff Gone By Lunchtime podcast since the arrival of LifeDirect as sponsor of the politics section, we discuss a range of important topical issues, before eventually making it to politics.
On the agenda:
• Bill English announcing a change in superannuation qualifying age a mere 23 years from now;
• the weird “wait and see” prelude to that change;
• calls for an inquiry into abuse in state care;
• whether the best thing to be in the Green Party today is an old bloke; and
• Are the stars aligning for a storming year for Winston Peters and NZ First?
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