Slane, Christopher, 1957- :'We would be fools to take our tea with anyone so spidery.' Listener, 3 August 2002.
- Listener (Periodical); Slane, Christopher, 1957-
Prime Minister Helen Clark as a spider, offers other New Zealand political party leaders a cup of tea. The other politicians appear as bubble bees. The title is taken from a line from the children's book, 'Miss Spider's tea party' by David Kirk, in which Miss Spider tries to host a tea party, but the other bugs refuse to attend for fear of being eaten.
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