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Ardern v Collins: New Zealand party leaders clash in lively but muddled debate – The Guardian

Rivals veered into parodies of themselves, with most analysts declaring incumbent the winner



The leaders of New Zealands two main political parties, Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins, have clashed in a boisterous, energetic and at times muddled third debate before the election on 17 October.
Ardern the centre-left Labour leader and popular prime minister who is leading in the polls was widely agreed to have won the debate over Collins, from the centre-right National party, but the pair often veered into parodies of themselves rather than engaging on the substance, analysts said.
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