MEDIA APPEARANCES

JOSIE PAGANI

Election 2020: Who is losing

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Everyone is talking about who won or lost the first leaders' debate. Look who's really losing. Analyst Max Rashbrooke says the wealthiest 1per cent of New Zealanders have a typical net worth of $6.2 million – 68 times as much as the typical Kiwi.

In contrast, the poorest half have a net worth of just $12,000.

Josie's pre-election latest column in the New Zealand Herald is here.

Election 2020: The Haves v The Have-Yachts

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"If Labour or National want to govern for all New Zealanders after October 17, then they need to govern also for people who have neither financial nor intellectual capital - working people."

Josie's column in the New Zealand Herald on the upcoming New Zealand general election is here.

The poor seldom come out of a crisis better off. Imagine if in 1938, when Michael Joseph Savage increased his majority, instead of creating the welfare state he promised a new holiday. That's where we are now.

Huddle: Rotorua marathon and Labour's education policy

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Josie talks about the Rotorua Marathon refusing entry to Aucklanders and Labour's education policy replacing the decile system with Tim Wilson join Heather du Plessis-Allan on the Huddle on Newstalk ZB.


The Huddle: Banking cannabis, TV debates

Josie joined David Farrar and Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss Kiwibank's decision to stop banking a woman who is selling medical cannabis, and decisions about which parties to allow into TV debates.