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theguardian - 10 days ago

I m over it : will disillusioned voters spell trouble for Jacinda Ardern?

With seven months to go, the internationally acclaimed PM must tackle queries over whether she has done enough at homeIt’s time for morning tea at the Allen Bryant retirement home in Hokitika, New Zealand, and a rattling tea cart is doing the rounds as the 50 residents talk politics. The South Island district is a Labour party stronghold, and the party was born up the road at the Blackball pub 100 years ago.The residents who live at the home in the West Coast region are overwhelmingly Labour supporters, with backgrounds in mining and lifetime union affiliation. It was on the west coast that the party celebrated its centenary. And it is here that it is beginning to alienate its once-loyal fans. Continue reading...

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