"How can we get Helen Clark to do the responsible thing and dump Phillip Field?" "Lockwood reckons if we can just get him onto a hospital waiting list..." "...They'll have him dumped without batting an eyelid!" 9 August, 2006.
Reference Number: DCDL-0002154
Don Brash, the leader of the National Party and Gerry Brownlee, the Deputy leader, discuss with Lockwood Smith a strategy for getting the Prime Minister, Helen Clark, to dump Taito Phillip Field. Lockwood Smith thinks that a way of getting him dumped would be to put him on a hospital waiting list where cuts to the waiting list because of lack of funding cause people to be 'dumped'. Phillip Field has been cleared of charges of conflict of interest by the Ingram report, but who many think lacked judgement and should be dumped.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Digital images, related to Rt Hon Helen Elizabeth Clark, Taito Phillip Hans Field, Dr Donald Thomas Brash, Dr Hon Alexander Lockwood Smith, Hon Gerard Anthony Brownlee, Politicians, Political corruption and Hospitals - Waiting lists.
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