Andrew Little resigns as New Zealand opposition leader weeks from election

Deputy leader Jacinda Ardern is expected to take over the Labour leadership as polls place support for Labour at just 23 to 24%

Andrew Little, the leader of New Zealand’s opposition Labour party, has stepped down less than two months before the country’s general election.

The resignation comes after six weeks of declining popularity and three devastating weekend polls that placed support for Labour at just 23 to 24% – the party’s worst results since 1995.

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