Country still without a government while NZ First leader Winston Peters holds new talks with National party’s Bill English and Labour leader Jacinda Ardern

New Zealand has been left in electoral limbo again after kingmaker Winston Peters said his board and caucus had failed to reach a decision about which major party to support in government.

Peters said on Tuesday that his board had been sent home and he had withdrawn his commitment to make a decision by the end of this week. The New Zealand First leader has instead held secret meetings with Labour’s Jacinda Ardern and the Nationals’ Bill English at parliament house in Wellington.

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