Shows Labour and National Party leaders, Helen Clark and John Key, dressed as Roman gladiators in an amphitheatre. Although they are supposed to be fighting against each other, John Key helps Helen Clark to untangle a flail labelled "Bradford bill" that is twisted round her ankle. One of the spectators yells about Key's lack of bloodlust. Cartoon refers to John Key's compromise deal with Helen Clark over Sue Bradford's Anti-smacking bill, which was not altogether popular.
Arrangement: This cartoon file was originally delivered to the library within a sub-folder called 'MG Business', which was inside a folder called 'AWS Cartoon highlights, Nov'04-May'07'
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