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The Nation 28/11/15: Key, Police, US Ambassador to NZ

Published: Fri 27 Nov 2015 04:25 PM
This weekend on The Nation...
Prime Minister John Key on the highs and lows of 2015. Lisa Owen asks him about Australian detainees, poverty, polls and u-turns. And are we at war with Islamic State?
Then, as New Zealand features in an ISIS video we ask Police Commissioner Mike Bush in his first television interview if we’re prepared for a Paris-style attack. Was it OK for police to “blacklist” Dr Jarrod Gilbert? And are the Police unwittingly racist?
Also in his first television interview, the United States Ambassador to New Zealand Mark Gilbert talks ship visits, climate change and the TPP.
We’ll discuss all this and more with our panel: Morning Report’s Guyon Espiner, political scientist Jon Johansson, and Metro’s Simon Wilson.
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