‘Jacindamania’ saw a spectacular rise in Labour’s prospects, only to have them hobbled by false National attack ads

When Jacinda Ardern became the leader of a ravaged and desperate New Zealand Labour party seven weeks ago, she promised to run a “relentlessly positive” campaign.

The party, which had fallen as low as 23% in the polls, was staring white-eyed at another electoral thrashing. Her first job was life support.

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