Wed, 15 Aug 2012 9:41a.m.
Rumours of friction in the Labour Party, triggered by the return of David Cunliffe, have been addressed by party leader David Shearer.
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16/08/2012 12:46:58 p.m.
Nice fellow! Unfortunately, he will be undone by those who thinks they can do better!
15/08/2012 1:51:08 p.m.
Yay for tom,i agree but we dont want another key we need a fresh face not a clone
15/08/2012 11:59:53 a.m.
Bye Bye Shearer. Cunliff will be leader by Xmas. Problem is he is universally disliked also. Labour are in no win situation. There is no other clear replacement - non anyway with any inteligence or charisma like John Key.
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