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He's a one-man band in Parliament, but ACT Party leader David Seymour has been a vocal advocate for both euthansia reform and free speech.
He's now proposing sweeping changes to education, which would see every parent with access to up $185,000 to spend on whichever schools they choose.
But to get his policies implemented, Seymour has to get back into Parliament next election - and he has yet to discuss the Epsom deal with National leader Simon Bridges.
The Epsom deal between National and ACT, where National stands aside in that electorate, essentially guarantees Seymour a seat in Parliament despite his party only receiving 0.5 percent of the vote in 2017.
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