In words that could apply to Tony Abbott, Mark Latham and Kevin Rudd, John Key says it’s a ‘bit sad’ when politicians ‘feel as though they have got to constantly be commentating’

John Key, the former New Zealand prime minister, has some advice for Australian politicians who can’t move on from their old jobs: get over yourself.

Key received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday honours on Monday, six months after his shock resignation from the top job. Key spent two terms as prime minister and 10 years as the leader of the National party, and was replaced by Bill English.

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