Political Showdown puts politicians from different sides of the House together, getting them to test each other on the big questions of the week.
This week, National's Paul Goldsmith went up against Labour's Louisa Wall of Manurewa.
Questions asked this week:
Should police pursuits be banned?
Should we scrap compulsory wearing of bike helmets to encourage cycling?
Should we be increasing prison capacity or be investing more in rehabilitation and prevention?
A study found meth was easier to source than cannabis, would decriminalising cannabis remedy this?
Will the firing of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have an impact on New Zealand?
Should abortion be moved from the Crimes Act to make it a health issue?
Should teachers, nurses and midwives be paid more?
1 NEWS NOW's Anna Whyte sat down with National MP Paul Goldsmith and Labour MP Louisa Wall, to ask questions ranging from their view on the recent move to make the Black Ferns professional players, the upcoming Commonwealth Games, and if they think plain packaging will help decrease smoking.
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