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    Simon Bridges denies involvement with National Party Donations charges

    National Party leader Simon Bridges maintains that he was not involved with the National Party donations that resulted in the Serious Fraud Office laying charges. In a statement the SFO says, The Serious Fraud Office filed criminal charges today against four people in relation to donations paid into a National Party electorate bank account. The defendants are scheduled to appear in the Auckland District Court on 25 February. The SFO will not make any further comment until any name suppression issues have been dealt with. This is part of an investigation triggered by former National MP Jami-Lee Matenga Ross releasing phone recordings of a conversation he had with Simon Bridges regarding the allocation of donations received by the National Party. Te Ao Māori News reached out to the SFO to confirm if Bridges was one of the four and they refused to comment beyond their statement. Efforts to reach Jamie-Lee Matenga Ross have been unsuccessful so far.

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    Former independent MP's advice for Jami-Lee Ross

    Former independent MP Brendan Horan has advice for former National MP Jami-Lee Ross following his announcement on Friday that he will remain as an independent MP. 

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    National to independently review culture of party

    National will conduct an independent review of the party and its culture despite asserting it has no culture issues. With Ex-National MP Jami-Lee Ross receiving mental health care the situation has put the spotlight on mental health issues and support services for MPs within parliament.

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    Jami-Lee Ross makes u-turn decision on resignation

    Rogue National MP Jami-Lee Ross has made a u-turn decision on his pending resignation from Parliament and will remain to “expose serious flaws” in the National Party.

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    National MPs address Bridges' race-based comments

    National MPs are standing by Simon Bridges despite race-based comments made by their leader in a leaked discussion between him and former National MP Jami-Lee Ross.  

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    Ross releases ‘donations’ texts amidst misconduct allegations

    Ex-National MP Jami-Lee Ross has released text messages between himself and National Party general manager Greg Hamilton about the alleged single $100,000 donation Ross says was separated into smaller amounts.

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    Bridges’ electorate responds to Nats turmoil

    National's Simon Bridges' leadership could be in question amidst the turmoil caused by outgoing MP Jami-Lee Ross.  The political rumble between the MPs has rattled some voters’ confidence in Bridges in his Tauranga electorate.

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    By-election ahead following explosive day for National

    Māori MP Jami-Lee Ross is to resign from the National Party, stand as an independent MP in his Botany electorate and will also lay complaints with police against his former leader Simon Bridges for allegedly breaching electoral laws.

  9. Video for Bridges and Ross at heads over leak report
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    Bridges and Ross at heads over leak report

    National Leader Simon Bridges and National MP Jami-Lee Ross are at heads following new evidence by Pricewaterhouse Coopers Consulting Group that suggests Ross leaked his leader's expenses and was the sender of the anonymous text messages in August.

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    National to consider running candidates in Māori seats

    The debate is heating up surrounding the possibility of National running candidates in the Māori seats. After a clean sweep by Labour in last year’s election, it could be one possible way to regain Māori votes.

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