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2002 Leaders Debate - Debate Three Television (Full Length) – 2002 News/Current Affairs

2002 Leaders Debate - Debate Three

Television (Full Length) – 2002 News/Current Affairs

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Paul Holmes presents this third TVNZ Leaders Debate before the 2002 General Election. Prime Minister Helen Clark (Labour) talks of "keeping a good job going", while challenger Bill English (National) pitches that Kiwis "deserve better". After a campaign featuring GE corn and a controversial worm (used in the first debate), this final discussion before the election features the leaders of the two main parties arguing over "the issues that matter" (health, education, taxes, MMP machinations) in front of a half-Labour, half-National audience at Avalon's 'TVNZ election centre'. 

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I will fight for New Zealand as hard as you fight for your family and your future.
– Bill English, in his final address