Nope, not the first of April
After being ”hounded out of public office” he had ”learnt to hold my cards very closely. Bottomline, I do not want to see Labour hold onto the seat as I do not think that is the best thing for the people”.
Asked about his interest in the seat, Gilmore, who quit Parliament after allegations around a boozy night out in Hanmer Springs, yesterday said: ”I do not want to talk about it any further at the moment.”
Not sure hounded out of public office is very fair
I am interested to see who National selects. I was at candidates college with one ChCh member who I would think would be great for ChCh’s development, but will see! Will they take an external from Canberra 😉
- Aaron Gilmore posts political comeback hints on blog (nzherald.co.nz)