David Cunliffe reckons he is going to hang on to the leadership after losing the election.
David Cunliffe would like to remain Labour leader and take the party into 2017 election, even if the party loses at theÂ September 20Â election.
“In general and with any new leader you go through a learning curve,” he said.
“I think there is a very strong argument that it would be a waste of time, energy and resources to go through that process and start again.”
Asked if he planned to stay on, no matter what the result, he said he did, “unless I feel like I have done such a bad job that it would be in the interests of the party for me not to put myself forward – if that questions arises.”
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