Although she does not need them, the prime minister is now in talks with the Green Party’s ten MP s, to find what she calls “areas of potential co-operation”. The Greens’ co-leader, James Shaw, was climate-change minister in the last government. One idea is that he could be re-appointed to that post. […] What is more, Labour has lots of ministerial jobs to fill, now that it has a parliamentary majority. […] They gripe that Ms Ardern is better at making people feel warm and fuzzy than turning policies into action.
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