John Key stays calm over threats to his life

Link to Herald Article
5:00AM Thursday November 15, 2007
By Claire Trevett and Mike Houlahan

National Party leader John Key yesterday shrugged off news his life had been threatened, saying he did not intend letting “one or two people who inhabit the fringes of New Zealand society” stop him from doing his job.

Yesterday, reports of police investigations into suspected terrorist activities revealed Mr Key was among politicians allegedly targeted for assassination.
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