Following the resignation of Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s Labour government will select its new leader, and the country’s next prime minister, in the coming days. There will then be a general election on the 14 October. And with Ardern’s departure the spotlight is already beginning to shine on Christopher Luxon, the head of National, New Zealand’s main opposition party.
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