Labour leader David Cunliffe talks about his values and his plans for Government in a Herald Hot Seat interview with NewstalkZB host Rachel Smalley, Herald columnists Toby Manhire and Fran O'Sullivan and political editor Audrey Young.

A deal with Greens and why you shouldn't call him a cry baby: What topics David Cunliffe discussed and where to find them in the full interview
1m 26s "Comfort levels" with Internet Mana

2m 21s Greens and NZ First in coalition

3m 46s Greens in cabinet


5m 12s Open to signing up parties surplus to numbers

6m 8s Greens highly likely, NZ First quite possible

7m 50s Keeping a unified caucus

9m 19s Caution about Kim Dotcom

10m 34s "Sometimes I wear my heart on my sleeve."

12m 38s "I'm not a cry baby."

12m 54s "Standing ovations are the norm."

14m 14s The transition from manager to leader


15m 42s Up against state resources

16m 54s Staying on as leader

17m 36s Tomorrow's Schools review

20m 05s Class sizes

22m 33s Inequality and poverty

27m 13s Whanau Ora

28m 42s Treaty of Waitangi

29m 45s Will you apologise for being a Pakeha?

31m 01s Who he gets his advice from

33m 54s New Zealand's place in the world

36m 22s Five Eyes

37m 07s TPP

40m 40s Chinese investment

The interview was conducted on August 6.
Hone Harawira and Laila Harre, Internet-Mana
Colin Craig, Conservatives
Jamie Whyte, Act
Peter Dunne, United Future
Te Ururoa Flavell, Maori Party
Russel Norman and Metiria Turei, Greens
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