- Shows Annette King the new deputy leader of the Labour Party explaining that they are all confident that Phil Goff the new leader will grow into his new position. Meanwhile Phil Goff stands beside her with his whole head and face completely engulfed by the crown of former leader Helen Clark. Refers to the sudden decision by Helen Clark to stand down in favour of Phil Goff who clearly has a hard act to follow as Helen Clark is likely to be regarded as one of the finest Prime Minister New Zealand has had in more recent years. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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