Dunne hints at big tax cuts. "Why are we letting this upstart upstage Michael Cullen?" "We are receiving advice that having to announce that he was having to give some of his surplus back could kill Michael..." 18 October, 2006.
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An angry colleague waves a newspaper at Prime Minister, Helen Clark, demanding to know why Leader of United Future, Peter Dunne, is being allowed to upstage Minister of Finance, Michael Cullen. The newspaper reports that Peter Dunne is hinting at tax cuts. Helen Clark replies that medical advice suggests that having to announce that he is giving back some of his surplus would kill Michael Cullen. Refers to the large surplus that is making many people demand tax cuts.
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