"Has it gone yet?" 29 August, 2008

"Has it gone yet?" 29 August, 2008
In a nightmarish scenario, Prime Minister, Helen Clark, is bowed over under a huge weight and wonders when she will be relieved of it. The weight is Winston Peters, leader of New Zealand First, whose head pokes through a hole in the back of Helen Clark's jacket. Refers to the investigations by the Serious Fraud Office, the Parliamentary Privileges Committee and possibly by the police into the way donations have been dealt with by New Zealand First. Published in Sunday News Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons / Digital cartoons published in Sunday News
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