Andrew Little interview

By Diana Wichtel In Commentary

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27th June, 2011
Wellington looks a picture on a sunny, near-cloudless June day, until you feel the bite in the air. A chill wind: it’s as good a metaphor as any for what’s been blowing through the corridors of the Labour Party. There has been the Chris Carter fiasco, the Darren Hughes debacle, the Judith Tizard tizz. But never mind a brisk southerly – Helen Clark was quite capable of producing that effect single-handedly. For all the traction Phil Goff is getting in the polls, he might as well be walking into a force-nine gale. It’s a measure of the trouble the party is in that one of those most ...

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