3 Jun 2014

The Panel with Peter Elliot and Mark Inglis (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:32 pm on 3 June 2014

Topics - social anthropologist Kate Fox who wrote the book 'Watching The English' says the English are unsure of how to greet one another. She suggests that people should start saying 'How do you do?' again. UK media have lifted the lid on alleged bribes to football officials over Qatar's successful 2022 FIFA World Cup bid. There's mention of a $5 million slush fund administered by the now-banned Asian Football Confederation chief Mohamed Bin Hammam. Submissions asked for an end to coat-tailing in the MMP review, getting into Parliament on the back of an inadequate percentage of the vote but with a leader who can take a seat.

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