Don Brash was Governor of the Reserve Bank between 1988 and 2002, and in Parliament between 2002 and 2007. During his time in Parliament he was Leader of the National Party for more than three years and expressed concern at New Zealand’s steady drift to separatism on several occasions, most notably at the Orewa Rotary Club in 2004. Since leaving Parliament, he has been a director of several companies and been a consultant on economic and taxation issues. He lives in Auckland.
Don Brash and Dr Michael Bassett discuss the rationale behind Hobson's Pledge. the Treaty and sovereignty