We have an extraordinary situation: a prime minister can’t act against a minister because if he does, a blogger will spill the beans on him.
It is only my view, but I would stake my life on it.
Cameron Slater and Judith Collins are soul mates, they scheme, blaspheme, swear revenge on opponents, and joke – oh so cruelly. They also despise soft Nationals. John Key isn’t by nature a soft National but he is by electoral necessity. For the soft Nationals it is a case of their children devouring them.
For those who have read Nicky Hager’s book – apparently no National MP has yet – the toxic atmosphere throughout is dark and terrible. And at the heart of that darkness are Collins and Slater.
The issue at hand is Collins giving to Slater the name of a public servant she suspects of leaking information, and Slater then pouring…
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