Simon Power

It is the judiciary’s job to apply the law as set by Parliament … this Government was elected on this sentencing policy. Judges are appointed to apply it. The Chief […]

There has been much wailing and gnashing of teeth over Dame Sian Elias’ remarks about the prison muster. Nevertheless, this is what Chief Justices (and their equivalents elsewhere) do from […]

I have long defended the māori party’s decision to enter government with National on two grounds; The decision is theirs to make on behalf of those Māori who form their […]

Out-perform the private sector or join it. This is the ultimatum I’m reading into Simon Power’s letter to SOE chairs. I think it’s entirely right for the government to expect […]