Winston threatens Willie and Nanaia

Stuff reports:

leader Winston Peters says if Nanaia Mahuta and want to be in the they will need to watch their words.

Māori Development Mahuta said compulsory in schools was a matter of “not if but going to be when” on Tuesday morning. …

Peters, the deputy prime and leader of NZ First – who oppose compulsory te reo – issued a sharp rebuke towards Mahuta and Jackson on Tuesday afternoon.

“Neither of them are speaking for the policy full stop,” Peters said.

“If they want to be in this they’ll be on the same page.”

A Deputy Prime threatening to get two Ministers fired. Now he can’t actually do that as they are Labour Ministers. But once he is Acting Minister, I assume he would be able to do so.

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