Labour Hides From Premiere

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Helen Clark is usually the first to schmooz up the red carpet for a film premiere and after all she is the Arts Minister. Why then didn’t she front for the latest NZ film premiere held in Christchurch.

Why didn’t any Labour MP, not even the local ones from Labour City Christchurch turn up?

Well perhaps because they are still upset at Hendo’s success in flipping the bird at IRD. Oh and IRD didn’t show up either!! Petulant sods.

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