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Martin Doyle cartoon: Jonathan throws a dummy

Martin Doyle cartoon: Jonathan throws a dummy

The Lions rugby tour is about to dominate New Zealand media. It will starve Opposition parties of media space in which to make their pitches to the voting public. Integrating the tour into the actual school curriculum [as Jonathan Coleman has just done] is like an election head-butt. Do we have a doctor at the ground?

Ref: http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PA1705/S00251/nz-lions-series-rugby-fever-hits-classrooms.htm


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