October 14 was a good day to be a conservative on either side of the Tasman. On the same day that Australian voters emphatically rejected the Voice, New Zealanders jettisoned a chaotic Labour government.
In a classic contest between Labour’s aggressive radicalism and the mild conservatism of the centre-right National party, conservatism prevailed.
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