`The National Party's Denise Lee joins us to discuss the student protests over climate change, the future of education forum at One Tree Hill school and Micheal Cullen's extended contract where he was paid $1000 a day.
Te Roopu Nahinara, National Party Member Amy Adams joins Laura Kvigstad to speak about letting fees being banned and the speculation that the ban will raise the cost of rent. They briefly touch on the ethics around these fees.
She then tells us about the ministerial diaries being opened to the public next. She questions how transparent these diaries will be, keeping in mind that MP's can choose not to disclose certain information under the guise of concern for the public.
They then finish on the United Nations Migration Pact and why the National Party has chosen to not back government in signing it.
This week Amy chats to Laura about the Cannibis Bill which has just had it's second reading in parliament, the Tax Working Group's potential capital gains tax, and they follow up on Ian Lees-Golloway revoking the residency of Karel Sroubek.
Laura Kvigstad speaks with The National Party's Amy Adams about what's happening in politics today: from the planned re-entry of the pike river mine announced by government, a new report that shows some government departments are spending 50% more on consultancy than previous years and the new statistics that reveal the unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in 10 years.