It's not very often that the Prime Minister asks a question at Question Time. John Key is, of course, is much more accustomed to being on the receiving end of questions.
But with it being just under six months until Christmas (scary huh!), the Prime Minister decided that it was better to give than to receive yesterday. There had to be a catch, of course, as Labour Whip Chris Hipkins was to discover; here's the action:
If Labour MP's think that increasing immunisation rates, reducing the incidence of rheumatic fever, increasing the participation in ECE, reducing the number of assaults on children, and increasing the percentage of secondary school kids who leave school with NCEA Level 2 is "pretty meaningless stuff", we have to ask this; what IS important to them, apart from seizing power by whatever means they can, and stopping us from having a decent shower.