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What does Winston want?

I find it terrifying, and perhaps a little impressive, that Winston Peters’ career in politics straddles five decades, two centuries and two millenniums. Few, if any, politicians can make the same claim to permanence. Holyoake, maybe. Or Ngata. National’s Nick Smith is nearing 30 years’ service, but he can scarcely claim the same influence or fame as Peters. The New Zealand First leader

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