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It’s a tax and spend, it’s a bor­row and hope Bud­get, and through what is re­ally a spe­cial form of in­com­pe­tence they’re still man­ag­ing to break nearly all of their prom­ises. Leader of the Op­po­si­tion and Na­tional leader Si­mon Bridges

To­day, we shift the fo­cus of Gov­ern­ment from elec­toral cy­cles to gen­er­a­tional ones . . . be­cause in 15 or 20 or 30 years’ time, I want my child to look back on the history books and judge me and this Gov­ern­ment favourably. Prime Min­is­ter and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern

This is about a Bud­get build­ing foun­da­tions. It’s fact, not fic­tion, real not fake news. Deputy Prime Min­is­ter and NZ First leader Win­ston Peters

This is a Bud­get for ev­ery Kiwi — and

ev­ery takahë and ev­ery käkä and ev­ery kereru — be­cause this Bud­get recog­nises that our nat­u­ral her­itage, our nat­u­ral cap­i­tal, is the source of our pros­per­ity. Greens co-leader James Shaw

What a sad day for New Zealand, when a trans­for­ma­tional Bud­get is promised, and a Bud­get of tax­ing and spend­ing on mar­ginal vot­ers is de­liv­ered. Act Party leader David Sey­mour

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