I’m a bit late blogging on this, but one of the interesting things from the Newshub poll on Monday was that Judith Collins registered on the preferred PM stakes – at 3.7%. She was very low compared to everyone else, however – Ardern was at 41%, Bridges at 9%, and Peters at 4.6%. Already, this … Continue reading Judith Collins – National’s Ardern?
Welp, I got it wrong again. Rather than Judith Collins, Simon Bridge’s closest contender for the leadership, Amy Adams, has picked up the finance role. It makes sense. Bridges needs to keep Adams onside, and giving her the plum finance role is a good way to do that. National simply must not have a split similar … Continue reading Adams takes Finance
Simon Bridges is the new National Party leader, and a cabinet reshuffle is on the horizon. So, what could happen? Who will go up, and who will go down? Here are my predictions: UP: Judith Collins – In the article I linked above, Bridges heavily praised Collins, and how she would make a “great attack … Continue reading What will happen in the shadow cabinet reshuffle?