'We need to pave way for our rangatahi' - Marama Fox
Tukoroirangi Morgan, the president of the Maori Party, has announced his resignation and has called for the party's co-leaders to follow suit. It follows a disastrous election result which saw the party pushed out of Parliament. One of the party's co-leaders,Te Ururoa Flavell, who lost the Waiariki seat to Labour's Tamati Coffey, has already announced he has no intention of standing in the next election. Marama Fox is the other co-leader of the Maori Party and joins us to talk about the future of the party.