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The ACT Party’s weekly podcast for those who love free markets and free minds. Each episode covers off the week in politics and one big idea for a better tomorrow. Hosted by Ruwan Premathilaka with regular guests ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke. Authorised by D Smith, 27 Gillies Ave, Newmarket
 
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This week on Politics in Full Sentences Max Whitehead is joined by ACT Leader David Seymour and ACT Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke. Does the Government have a plan beyond borrowing to spend and hoping for a vaccine? What is their plan to use technology to reopen the border? New Zealanders need certainty. What’s ACT’s economic plan? Free Speech ACT N…
 
This week on Politics in Full Sentences ACT Leader David Seymour is joined by former ACT President Ruwan Premathilaka and Ken Shirley, former Road Transport Forum CEO, Labour Cabinet Minister, and ACT Deputy Leader. Just as New Zealanders are getting moving again, the Government’s going ahead with increasing taxes on road users. Is it appropriate i…
 
Max Whitehead joins ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke following yesterday’s announcement of 49 talented candidates standing for ACT from Northland to Southland this election. Who are the candidates, what are their values, and when do they start campaigning? Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts N…
 
This week on Politics in Full Sentences Max Whitehead is joined by ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke to unpack the Government’s Budget. Labour knows how to throw your tax money around and its track record shows it’ll fail to deliver on its promise to rebuild the economy. What’s in the Budget and what’s ACT’s alternative sol…
 
This week on Politics in Full Sentences, Max Whitehead is joined by ACT Leader David Seymour and Council of Licenced Firearm Owners spokesperson Nicole McKee to discuss the failed "buyback" scheme. The Auditor-General has investigated the "buyback" scheme and has found Police records were incomplete and is unable to say if New Zealanders are any sa…
 
Max Whitehead is joined by ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke to discuss the right economic policies for a rapid recovery. What's the Government been doing and are they about to make a big mistake? Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts NZ School of Practical Politics…
 
Tonight, on Politics in Full Sentences Max Whitehead discusses the lockdown's impact on SMEs with ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke. SMEs are unable to operate, but rents and creditors still need to be paid. Is the Government failing to understand the urgency of the situation? Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Se…
 
The economic pain is starting to become real to more and more people. The most important question is how and when we reopen the Economy. Tonight we talk about what a Government should do for a high-information, high-transparency, hi-tech, resilient recovery. Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts NZ School of Practical Po…
 
On this week’s episode of Politics in Full Sentences we discuss how you can help us keep democracy strong while Parliament is shut. What is the Epidemic Response Committee, how will ACT offer constructive criticism, and how can you be involved? Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts NZ School of Practical Politics…
 
On this week's episode of Politics in Full Sentences Max Whitehead joins David Seymour and Beth Houlbrooke from self-isolation to take your questions and provide answers on the COVID-19 situation and the government's response.โดย ACT New Zealand / Podcasts NZ
 
In this episode of Politics in Full Sentences Max Whitehead speaks to ACT Leader David Seymour and ACT Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke about Abortion Law Reform. A new abortion law could pass as soon as this week. So how's it different to the current law, why does it need changing, and what happened to 'safe areas'? Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politi…
 
In this episode of Politics in Full Sentences, we look back at ACT’s achievements in 2019, including the passage of the End of Life Choice Bill, being the only party to hold Labour to account on free speech, rushed firearms law and the flawed Zero Carbon Bill, and helping to defeat Labour’s capital gains tax and radical education proposals. Free Sp…
 
In this episode of Politics in Full Sentences, Max Whitehead speaks to ACT’s Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke about Labour’s election year bribes, the worsening economic outlook, and asks if New Zealanders are overtaxed. Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts NZ School of Practical Politics…
 
We speak with new Young ACT President Felix Poole and ACT Leader David Seymour on how ACT is connecting with younger voters and whether free speech on campus is under threat. Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts NZ School of Practical Politicsโดย ACT New Zealand / Podcasts NZ
 
This week on Politics in Full Sentences, we speak to former ACT MP and President of Federated Farmers Owen Jennings and ACT’s Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke. Why does the current Government not understand the rural sector? How damaging will the Zero Carbon Act and other red tape be for the economy? And is the National Party missing in action on rura…
 
This week on Politics in Full Sentences, we talk to ACT Leader David Seymour and Deputy Beth Houlbrooke. What does the NZ First scandal mean for its political future? Will changes to rental laws do anything to help fix the housing crisis? And are Police now admitting that the gun ‘buy-back’ has been a complete failure? Free Speech ACT New Zealand P…
 
David Seymour talks to Max Whitehead about the End of Life Choice Bill after this week passing its final reading. What does the Bill actually do, and where to from here? Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentences - Podcasts NZ School of Practical Politicsโดย ACT New Zealand / Podcasts NZ
 
This week, Max Whitehead speaks to ACT Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke and the author of a wonderful open letter to Jacinda Ardern on behalf of small business owners, insolvency lawyer Brent Norling. Why don’t Labour, the Greens and NZ First understand small business? Which government policies are doing the most damage to SMEs and what can be done? F…
 
This week, Max Whitehead interviews Beth Houlbrooke and Damien Grant. We discuss National’s welfare manifesto which adopts a couple of ACT ideas, but is mostly Labour-lite. The National-Labour political duopoly: what are the consequences for New Zealand and how do we break it? And, it’s been two years since Labour took office. What has been the Gov…
 
Why is business confidence down and what effect is it having on the economy? What does a coherent, business-friendly political agenda look like? We talk with former EMA boss Kim Campbell and Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke. Plus, what’s ACT’s vision for the economy? We discuss a flat tax, slashing red tape, reversing the oil and gas ban, and bringing…
 
Tonight on Politics in Full Sentences, Act Leader David Seymour is joined by Stephen Berry to discuss what on earth happened in the local body elections. Stephen Berry ran a very popular guide to the Auckland local body elections this year and will give us his analysis of last weekend's results. Free Speech ACT New Zealand Politics in Full Sentence…
 
Tonight on Politics in Full Sentences ACT Leader David Seymour is joined by Speak Up For Women spokesperson Ani O’Brien. Massey University is standing up to backlash in the name of free speech to allow controversial Canadian feminists to speak on campus. In 2019, how did feminists become controversial and who’s doing the protesting? Last year in th…
 
Tonight on Politics in Full Sentences, ACT Leader David Seymour is joined by Employment Law Expert Mac Whitehead. Massey University is allowing controversial feminists to speak on campus, and the Vice Chancellor of the University of Auckland has defended the right for objectionable material to be displayed on campus. Are Universities finally standi…
 
In this episode, Jonathan, co-founder of VAPO and Alt NZ (with Ben Pryor), is joined by Act Party Deputy Leader Beth Houlbrooke and Employment Law Expert Max Whitehead. They talk about how the Government has signaled new regulations could be on their way to limit the flavours of vapes and e-cigarettes. Are these regulations necessary? Would they hi…
 
Ruwan, David and Stephen Rainbow discuss the undermining of Western values and institutions, and what effect this is having on the mental wellbeing of individuals. Why and from whom are Western values under attack? How are we seeing this manifested in our institutions? How does this relate to mental health and suicide? What can be done? Stephen Rai…
 
In this episode of Politics in Full Sentences, Max Whitehead talks to Dr David Cumin about the Free Speech Coalition’s legal action against Auckland Council after its decision to deny a venue to Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux. Why was legal action taken, where’s the case up to, and what are the implications for free speech in New Zealand? Free…
 
Ruwan and Beth discuss KiwiBuild and 'no jab, no pay'. What went wrong with Labour’s flagship housing programme and can it be saved without reforming our planning rules? What is ACT’s plan to improve housing affordability? Also, ‘no jab, no pay’. Is it fair to reduce or remove welfare payments for parents who don’t vaccinate their children, and has…
 
This week in Politics in Full Sentences, businessman, entrepreneur and humanitarian Kenyon Clarke talks about business, housing, and succeeding against tough odds. He recovered from the Great Financial Crisis by building a world class company to tackle the housing crisis. Kenyon shares how he came through those tough times, and what is needed to ge…
 
David, Ruwan and former Finance Minister Ruth Richardson discuss Fonterra’s recent performance and what should come next for the dairy giant. Also, Ruth gives her view on how the current Government is performing and how we get better public policy in New Zealand. Freedom to Speak - ACT's campaign for Freedom of Expression: Free Speech ACT New Zeala…
 
In this episode of Politics in Full Sentences, David, Brooke and Ruwan discuss why Jacinda Ardern is overseas lecturing other countries when our economy is in trouble. Also, why did Andrew Little call ACT's three strikes law “fascism”, and will he give prisoners the right to vote? In contrast to this Muldoonist approach, ACT has consulted the commu…
 
Ruwan and David are joined by former Reserve Bank Governor and ACT Leader Dr Don Brash to discuss yesterday’s decision by the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates. What does this mean for borrowers and savers? How should the Government respond in terms of fiscal policy? Freedom to Speak - ACT's campaign for Freedom of Expression: Free Speech ACT New …
 
This week, Ruwan, Beth and Villa Education Trust’s Alwyn Poole discuss Partnership Schools. Will the model reemerge under a future government now that National has pledged its support for the ACT policy? Also on the agenda is ACT’s plan to give parents control of their child’s share of education funding through Student Education Accounts. The Gover…
 
This week, Ruwan and David sit down with Chris Simpson from the Waikato Chamber of Commerce. Why does good government matter? Jacinda Ardern was in Australia last week and tried to answer that question. Is there anything to her philosophy of "Wellbeing". And is she doing anything to improve wages for working New Zealanders or is she too focused on …
 
ACT Leader David Seymour and Kiwi Gun Blog’s Mike Loder discuss the Government’s gun ‘buyback’. Has it been a failure, how many guns will go underground, and will this make us less safe? Our guests also discuss whether the Government should instead be targeting gangs and criminals. And with more firearms legislation on the horizon, Seymour and Lode…
 
Brooke van Velden reports back from a recent debate on criminalizing free speech in New Zealand. The Government targets cheap, reliable cars with a new tax. What happened to Labour’s promise of no new taxes? And two recent incidents call into question Police’s ability to carry out the gun buyback. Has Parliament thrown the cops a hospital pass? Fre…
 
This week, Ruwan, David and Beth discuss the Government’s ban on plastic bags. What will the unintended consequences be? What is ACT’s alternative? And Amazon, run by the richest man in the world, is set to film the Lord of the Rings TV show in New Zealand. But taxpayers may need to fork out about $375 million Jeff Bezos’ company to make it happen.…
 
This week, we discuss the Israel Folau saga. Is his right to free speech being denied or is this the marketplace of ideas at work? Also, the Government’s gun buyback scheme is going from bad to worse. Why is it rushing the process, ignoring the experts, and failing to pay gun owners what their firearms are worth? And what risks does this approach c…
 
This week we take a break from our usual schedule to introduce ACT’s newly elected President Tim Jago and sum up the party’s relaunch. We’re talking about a flat tax of 17.5 per cent, the free speech debate, and putting parents in charge of the nation’s education budget. How do these polices work, why are they important, and how have people reacted…
 
The inaugural episode of the ACT Party’s weekly podcast for those who love free markets and free minds. Each episode covers off the week in politics and one big idea for a better tomorrow. This week discusses the 2019 Budget and thoughts on improving education in New Zealand - along with shocking words from the PM Jacinda Ardern about the control U…
 
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