Christian party idea has thorns

There may be some long-term unintended consequences if Alfred Ngaro follows the footsteps of John Banks and Don Brash and leaves National to set up a National-leaning Christian party. Firstly, Labour can do exactly the same thing, tacitly supporting a Labour-leaning Christian party that could be run by someone like the pastor and current Labour MP William Sio. If both of these cloned Christian parties got under way, there would be nothing to prevent, over time, those two parties clubbing together, selling themselves to the highest bidder in coalition negotiations in exchange for a more

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