Political Showdown puts politicians from different sides of the House together, getting them to test each other on the big questions of the week.
National's MP for Papakura Judith Collins goes up against Labour MP for Kelston Carmel Sepuloni.
Questions asked this week:
Why should New Zealand stop offering new permits for gas and oil exploration?
What do you think about the proposed NZ First bill to restrict who can call themselves a teacher?
Do you think New Zealand should become a republic?
Do you think New Zealand should have had a stronger response to the US-led strikes on Syria?
There's been criticism the medicinal cannabis bill doesn't go far enough, do you agree with this?
Deaf Action NZ want better access for deaf/hard of hearing people in politics, and interpreters at political events, do you think this is important?
Why is New Zealand’s road toll so high this year?
Have you ever been targeted by a phone scammer?
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1 NEWS NOW's Anna Whyte sat down with National MP Judith Collins and Labour MP Carmel Sepuloni, to ask questions ranging from their view on the inquiry into Operation Burnham after Nicky Hager's Hit & Run allegations, the latest 1 NEWS poll and what they wanted to be at 10-years-old.
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