Scott, Thomas, 1947- :'While it's true we said the anti-nuke law would be gone by lunchtime when we came to office, we were very careful not to specify which century...' Dominion Post, 24 June 2004.
Reference Number: A-312-4-023
The leader of the New Zealand National Party, Don Brash, holding a newspaper with the headline 'Nukes ship ban stays, says Nats', backtracks (in the face of public opinion) on his pronouncement that the National Party would overturn the New Zealand legislation which prohibits the entry of nuclear- powered ships into New Zealand waters.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary), related to Dr Donald Thomas Brash, ANZUS Council, New Zealand National Party, The Dominion Post (Newspaper), Political parties, Antinuclear movement, New Zealand - Foreign relations - United States, Public opinion and Nuclear ships.
Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by W. Blomfield (A-312-1), Angus (A-312-2), Paynter (A-312-3), Tom Scott (A-312-4), W. A. Bowring (A-312-5), `BLO' (A-312-6), Waite (A-312-7) and Ashley Hunter (A-312, Reference Number A-312 (28 digitised items)
Extent: 1 newspaper clippingNewspaper clipping 180 x 220 mm.. Single art work
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