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Phil Goff: Quiz


Question 1: Both Goff and Prime Minister ________ have said that they will not vote in the corporal punishment referendum.
John KeyJenny ShipleyRobert MuldoonJim Bolger

Question 2: Philip Bruce Goff[2] (born 22 June 1953), generally known as Phil Goff, is the current Leader of the Opposition and the Leader of the ________.
Walter NashJim AndertonNew Zealand Labour PartyHelen Clark

Question 3: By working as a freezing worker and a cleaner, Goff was able to fund himself through university, gaining an MA (with first class honours) in political studies at the ________.
University of AucklandUniversity of MelbourneMonterrey Institute of Technology and Higher EducationUniversity of Hong Kong

Question 4: Goff was appointed to a position at the ________, and later accepted a scholarship to study for six months at Oxford University, but eventually decided to stand for parliament once again.
Lincoln University, New ZealandUniversity of WaikatoUniversity of AucklandAuckland University of Technology

Question 5: In the disputes between ________ (the reformist Finance Minister) and other Labour MPs, Goff generally positioned himself on the side of Douglas, supporting deregulation and free trade.
Richard PrebbleRodney HideRobert MuldoonRoger Douglas


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