Labour leader David Cunliffe says he would not have gone on
his skiing holiday had he known how bad the polls were for
Labour at the time, and has also decided to focus only on
major policies - including appearing to distance himself from
Labour's new animal testing policy.
Retiring National MP Tau Henare fondly remembers accusing the
Duke of Edinburgh of not doing anything, his hatred of
door-knocking, and inviting the French Prime Minister to Apec
- even though France is not a member.
Labour's support among men has fallen to just 23.9 per cent
in the latest Herald-DigiPoll survey, and leader David
Cunliffe concedes it may have something to do with his "sorry
for being a man" speech at a domestic violence symposium.