Justin and Justice Minister Andrew Little talked about the decision to extend the COVID-19 leave payment scheme, and the Labour Party's stance on conversion therapy and the promise to increase the minimum wage and paid sick leave.
Justin spoke to Justice Minister Andrew Little on the Pike River Mine, rent freezes, a Chinese database that contained contact details of prominent New Zealanders, and a Labour Party policy to give government contracters the living wage if elected.
Justin talked to Justice Minister Andrew Little about border testing, the Children's Commissioner's proposal to raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility, and changes to financial and campaigning restrictions on the referendums.
Justin spoke to Finance Minister Grant Robertson because Justice Minister Andrew Little was unavailable. They discussed extending the wage subsidy, testing in Auckland, and National leader Judith Collins and deputy leader Gerry Brownlee's recent comments around delaying the election and alledged the government withheld information on community transmission.
Justin spoke to Justice Minister Andrew Little about the concerns of returning New Zealanders on charging for managed isolation, the banking sector implementing living wage to its lowest-paid contractors, proposed laws to protect migrant workers, and how the extradition process works even without a treaty.
Justin spoke to Justice Minister Andrew Little about parliament's working culture, the situation on managed isolation, the progress on treaty settlement with Te Whakatotea iwi, and guidelines on advertising for the upcoming referendums.
This week, Mary-Margaret and Andrew discussed the proposed rewriting of the Official Information Act, the extension of the role of Children’s Commissioner to monitor the treatment of children in secure detention centres, and whether or not advocacy by an American lobby group is ‘interference in another country's electoral process'.