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Jacinda Ardern caught on camera name-calling rival

13 December 2022

10:36 PM

13 December 2022

10:36 PM

Jacinda Ardern’s political philosophy is simple. When the New Zealand PM was asked to explain the qualities that led to her success, she said she valued:

‘Kindness, and not being afraid to be kind, or to focus on, or be really driven by empathy’.

But does Ardern practise what she preaches? Not so if a clash between her and a fellow party leader in the New Zealand parliament is anything to go on.

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