Colin James: Facing an opponent with no fatal flaws

Colin James: Facing an opponent with no fatal flawsHelen Clark, beset by John Key, is watching John Howard to see how (and if) he sees off Kevin Rudd this year. But some places Howard goes, she can't. Howard's latest cocktail of morality and politics is gobsmacking – send in police… [NZ Politics]

Colin James explores the similarities in situations in New Zealand and Australian politics. This is a very good piece from the wise man of Political journalists. He concludes that Key has "no fatal flaws". 


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