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21 MP’s Out of Work

Labour MP’s to lose jobs in November after general election.

As the upcoming electoral season approaches, we can anticipate a drastic change to the members who make up parliament, with many current MP’s facing redundancy. Our political insider informed us that come the 2023 general election next October, these 21 Labour MP’s may be out of a job:

  • Liz Craig – MP in the House of Representatives
  • Jo Luxton – MP for Rangitata

  • Sarah Pallett – MP for Ilam 

  • Rachel Brooking – List MP based in Dunedin

  • Angela Roberts – List MP based in Taranaki

  • Angie Warren-Clark – List MP based in Bay of Plenty

  • Marja Lubeck – List MP based in Kaipara ki Mahurangi

  • Anahila Kanongata’a-Suisuiki – List MP based in Papakura

  • Helen White – List MP based in Auckland Central

  • Emily Henderson – MP for Whangārei

  • Willow-Jean Prime – MP for Northland

  • Shanan Halbert – MP for Northcote

  • Vanushi Walters – MP for Upper Harbour

  • Glen Bennett – MP for New Plymouth

  • Ginny Anderson – MP for Hutt South

  • Jamie Strange – MP for Hamilton East

  • Gaurav Sharma – MP for Hamilton West

  • Naisi Chen – List MP based in Botany

  • Ibrahim Omer – List MP

  • Anna Lorck – MP for Tukituki

  • Stuart Nash – MP for Napier

After two rough years of facing a global pandemic and all of the hardships it has brought about, it is becoming clear that even those in parliamentary positions are not exempt from its reach. It has been a stagnant few years in Wellington, and the people are crying out for change here and nationally. The election will be the first time in a while that the New Zealand community has had a say in the way it is being governed, and thus it is expected people will be eager for change. A turnover like this is not unusual, although it will be a tectonic shift if it happens.  

Until then, however, Wellingtonians will be waiting with bated breath for both their chance to vote for who they want to see leading the country and the changes that will be made to Parliament as we know it.