United Future

United Future is a New Zealand political party. With the formation of the 49th New Zealand Parliament after the 2008 election, it has a single member of the Parliament of New Zealand – party leader Peter Dunne, an electorate MP – and it has signed a confidence and supply agreement with the National Party, making it, along with ACT and the Maori Party, a support partner to the minority National government.

Read more about United Future:  Formation and Early Success, Early Activity, Policy, 2008 Election, 2011 Election, Electoral Results (2002-2011), Former MPs

Other articles related to "united future":

United Future - Former MPs
... Bernie Ogilvy, Kiwi Party secretary (did not stand for election) Murray Smith, in 2008, United Future candidate for Hutt South Gordon Copeland, in 2008, Kiwi ...
Peter Dunne
1954) is a New Zealand politician and Member of Parliament who leads the United Future political party ... an election defeat in 2008 to the National Party, United Future was reduced to having Peter Dunne as its sole MP ... However, in a deal between United Future and National, Dunne retained his two portfolios outside cabinet ...
Graeme Reeves - Member of Parliament
... then, he has stood several times for the United Future New Zealand party ... In the 2008 elections he filled the number 4 slot in the United Future list and stood as a United Future electorate candidate for Wairarapa ...
Party Lists In The New Zealand General Election, 2005 - Other Parties - Outdoor Recreation
... Outdoor Recreation NZ stood in affiliation with United Future, and all Outdoor Recreation candidates stood under the United Future banner ... However, the United Future section of this page identifies those candidates attached to Outdoor Recreation ...

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