Campbell Live Exclusive Interview with David Cunliffe
Monday 29 September,
Campbell Live Exclusive Interview with
David Cunliffe resigned as
leader of the Labour party on Saturday; but he still wants
the top job.
He confirmed he will seek a fresh mandate by
throwing his hat in the ring for a leadership primary and he
hopes to take on Prime Minister John Key in the 2017
He will have at least one competitor. Grant
Robertson also wants the job.
Tonight on Campbell
Live, Cunliffe is live in the studio for his first
interview since announcing his resignation. What went wrong
and who should lead Labour through to the next election?
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