My god that noodle bag video.
I swear I've sat in front of that woman at the movies...
MP Todd Barclay goes but PM Bill English still trying to find his footing*
I'd suggest looking for it in his mouth...
glad all over...
I’m totally the guy that wants to give Holden Caulfield a slapping.
of course you realise his middle name is Morrisey!!
I decided not to call them Tories for a bit of variation.
...and like the GOP, National are 'the elephant in the room'!
Or is that 'in the house'?
And to form, The Herald is on top of the real estate story in it!
Barclay has recently accrued fresh outgoings with the $721,000 purchase of a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Arrowtown.
Well it does clearly show how this Government is helping young people into their first homes... and probably their first distressed mortgage sale - another 'steep learning curve'.
Todd Barclay and his $80,000 exit package from Parliament – but what will he do for the money?
Allowing him to stay on basically endorses his actions.
Or at least minimises the 'punishment' he richly deserves
Just as Theresa May thinks she can have her cake and eat it too on Brexit, our own Baby Tories should realise you can't 'cross a line' and still stay on the side you came from.
Quaint, 'um, politics...
Hopefully this sort of stuff can't be helping National either:
I highly recommend AutoMute.
Done - thanks for that, I was worried my Chrome may have been too old...
At no point does he actually say he’s leaving, here, nor does he acknowledge that he’s done something he should not have
His "I don’t want the issues that are important to Clutha-Southland and all of New Zealand to be distracted by an employment dispute." tries desperately to point elsewhere, anywhere but at himself.
So what is he going to do for the rest of his time in the house - no further comment on anything? - he should leave now, what a waste of carbon and taxpayer dollars.
If you don’t want videos at all, Adblock Plus will sort them out.
I'd rather have the choice of deciding whether I want to watch it or not, rather than having to physically opt out every time.
Though I might look into the Adblock option if I get to breaking point.