3 Aug 2017

If voters want it, 'we will work with Labour' - Māori Party's Tuku Morgan

From Morning Report, 7:44 am on 3 August 2017

Labour's new deputy leader Kelvin Davis says Labour would talk with the Māori Party after the election, if it was still around.

"We're not going anywhere, and our people have said to us as we've gone around the country... they want us to work with Labour. We have never cancelled out any opportunity to work with Labour," Māori Party president Tuku Morgan told us.