Prime Minister, Helen Clark and National Leader, Don Brash, dressed in sports clothes are leaping about with butterfly nets trying to catch butterflies which are labelled: 'ACT', 'NZF', 'UNF', 'Greens', and 'Maori'. Refers to the way the two major party leaders are having talks with ACT, New Zealand First, United Future, the Greens and the Maori Party, to try to work out the kinds of coalitions or agreements of other kinds they can cobble together to give them enough seats to form a government.
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