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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Sir John Key's slamming the managed isolation system

    Sir John Key's slamming the managed isolation system

    The former Prime Minister's written a scathing assessment of the Government's Covid-19 response, saying it's ruling with fear.

    He's also likened New Zealand's leadership to that of North Korea.

    Sir John says the MIQ lottery system is a national embarrassment.

    He says the system is leaving people stateless, as they can't get home.

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