Update: If this is so important the “person” at that meeting giving this information to John Key would be happy to stand up to the “liars” of Standard & Poor and stand up for the Boss man!
If you believe this I’ve got a bridge in Manhattan to sell to you:
Just to remind you, this is what Standards and Poor said: ”Standards & Poor said exactly the opposite, that there was a bipartisan tradition of fiscal prudence… and the policies of three years ago (under the former Labour government) were more likely to lead to an upgrading in credit ratings.”
Downgrades so far:
National government: 3
Labour government: 0