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Crimp, Daryl 1958- :Tax Cuts... Treaty Claim Cut-off! - English. 'So what's your strategy for winning the next election?' Clark. 'Keep quiet and let English do all the talking!' Approximate publishing date 30 April 2002.

Reference Number: DX-012-011

Shows a newspaper headline with some if Bill Englishs policies aimed at winning the next election. When asked what her strategies were, Helen Clark says that she's happy to let English do all the talking, implying that his own policies will work against him.

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1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Rt Hon Helen Elizabeth Clark, Daryl Crimp, Hon Simon William English, New Zealand, Prime ministers, Newspapers, Elections, Opposition (Political science), Leadership, Political leadership and Public opinion.

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Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published from April 2002 onwards in the Dominion Post and other newspapers]., Reference Number DC-Group-0012 (64 digitised items)

Extent: 1 digital image.Digital image, Gray scale (8 bit), 79 pixels per cm. 10.37 x 14.95 cms. 200 dpi, height 819 pixels, width 1181 pixels, 967239 bytes.. Art works

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