In denial

David Shearer thinks he is paddling down a large river in denial.

Labour leader David Shearer has been forced to deny allegations of division amongst his party caucus. 

Mr Shearer, who appeared TVNZ’s Q+Athis morning following Labour’s successful Ikaroa-Rawhiti by-election result, was quizzed about the allegations and reports of a possible party leadership challenge.

“I’d like to know who the MP is,” Mr Shearer said in reference to reports some MPs had told media their could be a challenge to his leadership within two months due to poor polling results.

I note he seems to be on a bit of a witch-hunt as the clock ticks down on his leadership.



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  • rockape

    It was mallard, he did it!:-)

  • motorizer

    labor is the man, the greens are the mistress and the public are the wife… incase you needed explaining.

    • Travis Poulson

      I’ve always seen it as: Labour is bent over, Greens are ‘feeding it’ and the public are clapping.

  • jedmo

    Also known as “baby moses in the bulrushes syndrome” – in de nile