Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :Standing orders. Otago Daily Times, 17 May 2005.
Reference Number: DX-022-251
Shows the New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark, ordering Associate Education Minister, David Benson-Pope, to stand down [from his Cabinet portfolios] while he, with tennis balls at his feet, waves a cane, and shouts 'Stand up, lad! Stand up!' Refers to allegations that David Benson-Pope had used, in his former teaching career, inappropriate methods of punishment, (for example, forcing a tennis-ball into a boy's mouth). Because of the allegations David Benson-Pope was stood down from his cabinet portfolios.
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