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Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :'This Tamihere chappie ... Gad, Sir, in my regiment we'd have shut him up in a dark room with a bottle of scotch and a revolver ... do the decent thing ...' National Business Review, 15 April 2005.

Reference Number: A-314-2-078

Two retired military men, at their ease in a lounge bar, criticise the way the Prime Minister, Helen Clark, had put Labour Party politician John Tamihere on stress leave after his disloyal comments about his party and racist comments, had been published in the media.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Clippings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Rt Hon Helen Elizabeth Clark, Hon John Tamihere, National Business Review Ltd, New Zealand Labour Party, Libel and slander, Politicians, Party discipline, Punishment, Veterans and Racism.

Part of:
Various artists :Collection of photocopies, newspaper clippings and bromides of cartoons by Bromhead (A-314-1), Brockie (A-314-2) and J. C. Hill (A-314-3)., Reference Number A-314 (29 digitised items)

Extent: 1 newspaper clipping.Newspaper clipping, 170 x 178 mm.. Single art work

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