Key says he’ll back medicines agency bill

(According to the NZhealthtrust John Key was misquoted here and National’s position remains unchanged. However, it seems that John Key’s name keeps popping up every time we hear about what ‘we in the know’ know to be a push for a New World Order agenda- eg. a single currency with Australia, one Council in Auckland, a free trade agreement with the US. He should have been removed when Brash was, as he is a traitor to the people of this country. CS)

5:00AM Wednesday August 01, 2007
By Audrey Young

John Key states he will sign a compromise proposal to regulate medicines in New Zealand.

National Party leader John Key says he will sign up to the two-tiered compromise proposal on a transtasman therapeutics agency, a breakthrough that could see legislation taken off ice and passed by Christmas.

The news last night shocked the Government, but it welcomed what it described as “a major change” following its admission of defeat on the legislation just over two weeks ago.

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