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On Q+A this morning:
Former Labour leader David Cunliffe says Haere rā to Parliament – he talks to Jessica Mutch about the highs and lows of his political career.
Cunliffe concedes that arroagnce was a problem for his bid to become Prime Minister.
Both Cunliffe and Mike Williams say that Labour organisation and resources were at a very low ebb is 2014 and are much better now.
Historian and former Labour Minister Dr Michael Bassett tells Whena Owen about his new book on New Zealand’s Prime Ministers – who does he rank as the best?