Luxon's boarding pass to power

Luxon's boarding pass to power
Christopher Luxon (right) is sizing up his coalition options. (Image: Dileepa Fonseka/BusinessDesk)
Dileepa Fonseka
Christopher Luxon at coalition talks has been something akin to a traveller at an Air New Zealand self-service kiosk who insists on pressing each button slowly and won’t be rushed by impatient travellers queueing for a free booth.Luxon started this whole process by saying the nation would be treated to coalition talks as they had never been done before, hinting at something more corporate.And good corporate transitions are often more leisurely and orderly than political ones.  The quest for Luxon to take over at Air New Zealand start...

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