National shakes up finance role as Goldsmith’s stocks fall

Paul McBeth
Wed, 11 Nov 2020

Paul McBeth
Wed, 11 Nov 2020
National Party leader Judith Collins has turned to Andrew Bayly and Michael Woodhouse, splitting the finance role as she seeks to reassert her party’s economic credibility after losing in a landslide election.Collins will take on a new technology, manufacturing and artificial intelligence portfolio, alongside the national security and Pacific people’s roles.The finance portfolio has been split between third-ranked Bayly – as Shadow Treasurer and holding the revenue, infrastructure and statistics portfolios – while fourth...

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