Speaking outside her Auckland home on Sunday, Labour party leader Jacinda Ardern vows to fight on for change in New Zealand government despite falling short of unseating the ruling National party. With talks set to begin between the two major parties and kingmaker New Zealand First’s Winston Peters, Ardern says ‘I think New Zealanders would expect that we would form a credible, stable government with the parties that they have voted into office’ 

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