NZ Politics Daily – 30 October 2023

There must be some kind of way outta here Said the joker to the thief

Thomas Coughlan (Herald): Christopher Luxon will find out everything is his fault (paywalled)
John Campbell 1News): What exactly has the tide brought in?
Brian Easton (Pundit): How Much Influence Do Governments Have?
Vernon Small (Post): PM Luxon’s 100 days of action could turn into 100 days of frustration (paywalled)
Dileepa Fonseka (BusinessDesk): Luxon’s My Way is not exactly the corporate way (paywalled)
Richard Harman (Politik): Keeping the government honest (paywalled)
Liam Dann (Herald): Why David Seymour’s hardline monetary policy is a bad idea (paywalled)
Glenn McConnell (Stuff): The ministerial roles Christopher Luxon has already committed to
Trent Doyle and Simon Shepherd (Newshub Nation): Political panel says parties should be transparent over closed-door coalition negotiations
Dan Brunskill (Interest): Former Cabinet Minister and five time coalition negotiator Peter Dunne explains how coalition talks work behind the scenes
Claire Trevett (Herald): Beehive Diaries: How close Christopher Luxon came to going to Paris, new MPs grumble over office-sharing, and makeup tips for gangsters
Herald: On the Tiles: After the campaign – coalition negotiations, potential Cabinet makeup
Peter Wilson (RNZ): The Week in Politics: ‘Eerie silence’ surrounds coalition negotiations
Michele Hewitson (Listener): The silence from the next government is golden (paywalled)
Grant Duncan: Luxon’s artificial sweetener is Chippy’s bitter pill
Georgina Stylianou (Post): National’s Wellington problem – or opportunity (paywalled)

Luke Malpass (Post): Winston and the waiting game (paywalled)
Jo Moir (Newsroom): Winston Peters flexes his muscles in a quiet week
Audrey Young (Herald): Nicola Willis is the clear pick for Deputy Prime Minister after Winston Peters’ meltdown and David Seymour’s tax dig (paywalled)
RNZ: Luxon refuses to comment on Winston Peters’ terror attack claims
Newshub: Christopher Luxon refuses to say if he’s spoken with Winston Peters since false tweet about Christchurch mosque shootings
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Why Luxon and Seymour’s refusal to denounce Winston’s disgraceful false accusations is so dangerous
1News: Peters labelled an ‘attention seeker’ after mosque attacks tweet
Steve Braunias (Herald): The Secret Diary of Winston Peters (paywalled)
Newstalk ZB: Winston Peters incorrect Twitter allegations ‘exceptionally strange’ – political commentator (paywalled)


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