So who’s to blame for Shearer’s failure? An Imperator Fish exclusive

David Shearer has told TVNZ’s Q&A programme that he found the pettiness of opposition politics boring and beneath him.

He has also complained of not having a united caucus, and has blamed his fall in part on a number of other circumstances, like the Sky City issue and the “manban”.

But who is really to blame for what happened?

Tonight, in an Imperator Fish exclusive, we can finally reveal the identity of the one person to blame for David Shearer’s inability to inspire his caucus or the public.

We can finally disclose the shocking truth that, but for one person’s constant efforts to sabotage Labour’s good work, David Shearer might still be leader of the party today.

This person needs to be identified and made to take the blame for everything that occurred under Shearer’s watch, for the good of the party. They can no longer be allowed to hide.

So who is that person?

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