- Shows Helen Clark requesting Winston Peters to come to her and open his mouth. She is throwing up and down a tennis ball behind her back. While on a table behind her is a newspaper with the heading 'Tennis ball jammed in mouth. Student couldn't breathe'. Refers to Labour politician David Benson-Pope being accused of stuffing a tennis ball in a student's mouth while his was a teacher at Bayfield High School. Also refers to the relationship between Clark and Peters. Uses the analogy of a student teacher relationship - Peters is a naughty student that Clark has to discipline. Published in The Press Quantity: 1 digital image(s). Processing information: This cartoon file was donated to the library with no file extension. On recommendation of the Digital Archivist and with the consent of the donor, a ".jpg" file extension was added to this file in order to ensure it was readable and accessible.
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