New Zealand Heath Minister Resigns

1finny

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#1
Over a series of blunders :eek:
That lot over there need to learn from UK ministers - just tell everyone you are doing a great job and crack on
 

SmallTown

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#2
Over a series of blunders :eek:
That lot over there need to learn from UK ministers - just tell everyone you are doing a great job and crack on
Blimey, politician owns their own mistakes. That'd never happen here.

In fact I noticed Nadine Dorries today blaming council officials in Leicesters for the government's latest pocket of death and misery. They are disgusting.
 

Zoophonic

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#3
NZ people were very angry about the two British ladies being allowed to drive the length of the North Island to their fathers funeral. You can understand the compassion in the decision but NZ handle this pandemic with strict rules normally hence their position now.
 

Jonny Ingbar

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#4
Blimey, politician owns their own mistakes. That'd never happen here.

In fact I noticed Nadine Dorries today blaming council officials in Leicesters for the government's latest pocket of death and misery. They are disgusting.
I'm guessing its a Labour council in that case - I havent checked, just a wild guess
 

1finny

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#6
NZ people were very angry about the two British ladies being allowed to drive the length of the North Island to their fathers funeral. You can understand the compassion in the decision but NZ handle this pandemic with strict rules normally hence their position now.
He had a get out of jail card on that though didn't he. Medical emergency....
Should have just said they told us they were driving to test their eyes
 

Zoophonic

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#7
He had a get out of jail card on that though didn't he. Medical emergency....
Should have just said they told us they were driving to test their eyes
He did but that card was effectively ripped up the moment he started to shift blame on to the civil service from himself.
 

RandySavage

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#11
My good lady is having a good think about doing just that. She is younger than me and can get in with her skill set - I'll be her man of leisure.
Don't think it will come off personally but I'm up for it if she wants
We've also discussed it in our household. Skill set isn't an issue and the kids are still young, my eldest doesn't start reception till September.
Wouldn't even know where to begin the process of moving over there though.
 

Cardiffdaffs

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#12
We've also discussed it in our household. Skill set isn't an issue and the kids are still young, my eldest doesn't start reception till September.
Wouldn't even know where to begin the process of moving over there though.
You could always write to the BBC and ask to feature on Wanted Down Under - all expenses paid trip for a week down there and they line up potential properties to see and jobs that may take you on. You'll have to wait a wee while yet.

Seriously take yourself down there for a holiday and see if you like it first ( I love the place but not to live).
 

Michael_Vronsky

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#13
My good lady is having a good think about doing just that. She is younger than me and can get in with her skill set - I'll be her man of leisure.
Don't think it will come off personally but I'm up for it if she wants
Seriously thinking about it. Had enough of the UK for so many reasons. Wouldn't blame anyone for emigrating and NZ seems like a great fit.
 

RandySavage

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#14
You could always write to the BBC and ask to feature on Wanted Down Under - all expenses paid trip for a week down there and they line up potential properties to see and jobs that may take you on. You'll have to wait a wee while yet.

Seriously take yourself down there for a holiday and see if you like it first ( I love the place but not to live).
Cheers.
 
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