"Winston - I need this like a hole in the head." 8 August, 2008

"Winston - I need this like a hole in the head." 8 August, 2008

Shows Winston Peters, leader of New Zealand First, holds a large sign which has the word 'NO' printed on it. The word 'NO' is decorated with a myriad of 'yeses'. Behind him are John Key , leader of the National Party, who is rubbing his hands with glee and his deputy, Bill English. On his other side is Prime minister Helen Clark on her 'Labour deathbed'. She tells Winston Peters that she needs this like a hole in the head. Refers to Winston Peters refusal to divulge to the media, information about private donations to NZ First before the 2005 election, a situation that is an embarrassment for Labour as he is also Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Labour government.

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