Beehive Live: July 15, 2014

Last updated 09:00 15/07/2014

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The Fairfax Political Bureau brings your fix of daily politics live from the halls of the Beehive and beyond. 

Today we look at fresh revelations the Security Intelligence Service (SIS) moved to block Kim Dotcom's residency, but promptly did an about-turn when it was told there was "political pressure" to let him and his millions of dollars in.

Labour have also attempted to slip in a plan to have all children learn Te Reo Maori in schools, though are not prepared to highly publicise the goal. 

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