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Andrew Little chooses Jihadi John

The Labour leader had a choice to stand beside John Key or Mohammed Emwazi, Jihadi John.  He chose the latter.

Sat, 07 Mar 2015

A few days before the third test in 1981, John Minto met foreign journalists at Auckland’s Trades Hall.

The leader of New Zealand’s anti-apartheid movement promised the Springboks would receive “a send-off they will not forget.”  “Any support of this rugby tour,” the then-28 year old declared,

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