Labour 2023 party list charts rises and falls of the 2020 Labour government

Labour 2023 party list charts rises and falls of the 2020 Labour government
Chris Hipkins says Phil Twyford is no longer a cabinet minister, which is why he is so lowly ranked. (Image: Getty)
Staff reporters
Labour has released a party list with few changes at the top, but which charts the path of the government across this 2020 term. Damien O’Connor, Willie Jackson, Jan Tinetti and Willow-Jean Prime are all new additions to the top 10. However, there are also several high-profile demotions from the earlier 2020 list, including Phil Twyford who has dropped from the No 4 spot to 49, reflecting the former transport and housing minister’s fall from prominence. At a press conference announcing the list, prime minist...

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