- Fletcher, David, 1952-; Dominion (Newspaper)
Shows two politicians discussing how the government can reduce the number of mistakes it is making.
Published in 'Grant, Ian F. Public Lives - New Zealand's Premiers and Prime Ministers 1856-2003 (Book title)' 2003.
Extended Title - The PM wants fortnightly cabinet meetings instead of weekly ones. Why? It'll cut the number of stupid decisions we've been making by half.
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