Prime Minister and National leader John Key takes the Hot Seat to talk about his plans for the future in series of leader interviews ahead of the September 20 election.
He speaks with NewstalkZB host Rachel Smalley, Herald columnists Fran O'Sullivan and Toby Manhire and political editor Audrey Young.
The interview was conducted on August 12, before Nicky Hager's book Dirty Politics was released.
Straitjacket coalitions and hikois from hell: What topics John Key discussed and where to find them in the full interview
41s The campaign
1m 04s Internal polling shows potential close race
1m 49s Late campaign launch
1m 56s National going soft on Peters?
3m 1s Tactical voting, Epsom and Act
7m 25s "Straitjacket" coalitions and the Lib Dems
9m 16s Reforms to MMP, Italian style politics, and the Greens
12m 5s Maori Party
12m 52s National's environmental record
23.28 Home insulation
14m 13s Cabinet, English, Parata, Bennett
19m 41s Leadership style
23m 2s Long-term change, not radical change
24m 6s Learning from the best
34m 34s The big vision and Lochinver
29m 2s The 1984 Revolution
30m 37s The Treaty of Waitangi and partnership
32m 31s The Maori seats and "hikois from hell"
34m 9s Housing
38m 11s Inequality and the underclass
43m 24s Charter schools
46m 5s Raising the age of Superannuation & flexi-super
51m 39s Super for immigrants' parents
53m 50s Economic stimulus and TPP
56m 55s Lochinver and foreign investment
1h 3m 18s NZ Joining conflicts
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Hone Harawira and Laila Harre, Internet-Mana
Colin Craig, Conservatives
Jamie Whyte, Act
Peter Dunne, United Future
Te Ururoa Flavell, Maori Party
Russel Norman and Metiria Turei, Greens
David Cunliffe, Labour