Body, Guy Keverne, 1967-:'And to think a few month's ago he couldn't play "chopsticks.'" 18 October 2010

Body, Guy Keverne, 1967-:'And to think a few month's ago he couldn't play "chopsticks.'" 18 October 2010
Date
2011
By
New Zealand herald (Newspaper)
Ref
DCDL-0018985
Description
The scene is the 2010 Labour Party Conference. Leader of the Labour opposition Phil Goff sits at a grand piano representing 'opportunism' and plays music. Someone in the audience comments 'And to think a few months ago he couldn't even play "Chopsticks."' Context: Refers to the economic framework document that was released at the October 2010 Labour Party conference that is to be the blueprint to guide Labour over the next decade and beyond, that is considered to have real substance. 'There is an element of veering to the left. Labour is no longer hung up about policy consistency, however. Its new pragmatism has, in one leap, freed Goff from having to try to look different within the shadow cast by National'. (NZ Herald - 23 October 2010) Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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