NEW Zealand Labour Party leader David Shearer has announced today that he is stepping down at a hastily arranged press conference after a meeting of the Labour Party caucus.
His departure comes after his party failed to make serious inroads to the popularity of current Prime Minister John Key and his National Party.
"It has been my privilege to lead the Labour Party over the last 20 months and I'm proud of the gains we've made in that time," He said.
"But we need to do more. We haven't had…
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