"It's time to rule out the old dog and show some leadership."
If Mark Taylor tries to come home he'll be arrested at the border.
He says the rules around the use of Parliament TV footage are too restrictive.
Simon Bridges feels "sense of duty" to support the law because the Greens won't.
The Minister says he was cutting out bureaucracy.
If chosen by National, she'll be up against Independent MP Jami-Lee Ross.
It comes after the National leader defied a ruling by the Speaker last month.
The revelation comes after National attacked Labour over the case.
Simon Bridges says we can expect "other impressive people putting their names forward".
"I would expect to see some Budget bribes come next year," Newshub political editor Tova O'Brien says.
In the year of delivery we're still waiting for the goods, writes Duncan Garner.
The Prime Minister's popularity has been tarnished by a cacophony of cock-ups and controversies.
'We have a democracy in our party," Nikki Kaye told The AM Show.
It could be a short-sighted move, an economist has warned.
Jami-Lee Ross is first in the firing line, then Bridges is toast, writes Duncan Garner.
But Ross says National is being "arrogant" and taking Botany for granted.
We should have known it would come to this, writes The Spinoff.
But the Social Development Minister says National is being "disingenuous".
"Imagine wanting to imprison an artist who made NZ so famous."
The pair sang 'Love Me Tender' together.
But he's not ready to abandon the policy suggestion just yet.
The National Party leader has been blasting gangs this week.
He's also describing the Extinction Rebellion protest as "nonsense".
"They've been overly focused on reducing prison numbers."
"Beneficiaries do have rights but also responsibilities - we want to see more people in work."
He is said to be one of 50 New Zealanders to get an invite.