Shows the leaders of the main political parties, Helen Clark (Labour Party) and Don Brash (National Party), playing a doubles tennis match against the 'Minor Parties'. The 'Minor Parties' man and woman are handicapped by being joined together by a large t-shirt. Refers to the relationship between the political parties in coalition government.
Published in The Press, 21 August 2004
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