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Chris Hipkins Remains as Labour Leader Following Caucus Meeting

Chris Hipkins Remains as Labour Leader Following Caucus Meeting

Labour leader Chris Hipkins has confirmed that he remains the leader of the Labour Party after a lengthy caucus meeting. The meeting was expected to

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Labour leader Chris Hipkins has confirmed that he remains the leader of the Labour Party after a lengthy caucus meeting. The meeting was expected to include discussions about the party’s leadership following a significant defeat in the recent election. Party rules stipulate that a leadership vote will have to be held within the next three months. Hipkins stated that he is committed to ensuring a smooth transition to a new government and opposition. He acknowledged the need for reflection on the election result and planning for the party’s future. The confirmation of the caucus will occur after special votes are revealed on November 3.

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