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Why is New Zealand’s deputy PM rowing with Chumbawamba?

22 March 2024

11:28 PM

22 March 2024

11:28 PM

In their musical heyday, the English anarchist punk band Chumbawamba enjoyed a reputation for having an irreverent attitude towards those in political authority. Twelve years after they musically packed it in, a political figure abroad is making even more of a name for himself for his own irreverence towards Chumbawamba.

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