National cries foul over NZ laptop theft

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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97% Conservative


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Sentiments

88% "But you never know what's able to be accessed, if it is part of some kind of well-organised hit.""
76% "Police are continuing their investigations into the theft of three National party laptops, reported on Monday, in a harbinger of a worsening political environment ..."
70% "Kiwi politicians are gearing up to return to full duty after the summer breaks, with all major political parties set to send delegations to ..."
65% "We don't know what exactly has happened yet but laptops taken at the start of an election year is frankly disturbing and sinister, he ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

88% : A whodunnit with a whiff of wrongdoing about it has begun New Zealand's political year, with the opposition suspecting foul play is behind a burglary of their Auckland headquarters.
88% : But you never know what's able to be accessed, if it is part of some kind of well-organised hit.
76% : Police are continuing their investigations into the theft of three National party laptops, reported on Monday, in a harbinger of a worsening political environment to come in an election year.
70% : Kiwi politicians are gearing up to return to full duty after the summer breaks, with all major political parties set to send delegations to the traditional year-starting event in Ratana on Friday.
65% : "We don't know what exactly has happened yet but laptops taken at the start of an election year is frankly disturbing and sinister," he told Radio NZ.

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