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Goff

Philip Goff

Member for Mt Roskill, Labour Party

Most recent appearances in parliament

If this MP has contributed more than once to a debate, only one speech is shown.

Finance, Minister—Confidence (5 Oct 2011)

Question: "Does he have confidence in his Minister of Finance?"

General Debate (5 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "I move, That the House take note of miscellaneous business. For 3 years this National Government has been saying that maintaining New Zealand’s credit rating has been the mark of its economic success. How many times did John Key tell the country ..."

Credit Rating Downgrade—Effect on New Zealand Economy (4 Oct 2011)

Question: "Does he stand by his statement that “a credit downgrade of that sort would mean lenders would no longer see us as a good credit risk, they would be reluctant to lend us money and when they did, they would charge us ever-higher interest rates. I don’t want to see New Zealanders weighed down by that burden”?"

Motions - New Zealand Defence Force—Death of Lance Corporal Leon Smith in Afghanistan (28 Sep 2011)

Speech expand: "It is a tragedy that so soon after we paid tribute to the life of Corporal Dougie Grant, killed with the SAS in Kabul last month, we are today remembering the life of another New Zealand soldier with the New Zealand SAS, who was killed this morning. We share ..."

Economy—Government Policies (28 Sep 2011)

Question: "Does he stand by his statement on TV3 yesterday that “we may just muddle through” the current economic situation?"

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