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MP Profliles.

I have quite a few MP interviews lined up…

I would be interested to hear suggestions for possible questions for  the MP’s.  Flick me an email with any burning issues you want brought up.

Cheers.

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  1. what! says:

    Emma, would love to get you some questions. However It may pay to know who the MPs are – I`d hate to ask Judith Tizard if being bisexual was something she disapproved of – or I`d rather not have you ask Gordon Copeland why he thinks abortion laws are working well…. also flcking you an email is great. But we need to know your email address to do that.

  2. Emma Daken says:

    Hi,

    email address is in the front of Salient with the other contact details (emma@salient.org.nz).

    Dr. Jonathan Coleman is confirmed.
    Approached Hon. Steve Maharey and Hon. David Cunliffe.

    As one can appreciate, MP’s are very busy – so it is often hard to give advance notice of who I am meeting,

    Any suggestions of MP’s you would like to hear from would also be appreciated – I will do my best to sort an interview.

    Kitos.

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