John Armstrong writes:
The glitter of Jacinda Ardern’s crown no longer sparkles or glistens quite so gloriously as it did not that many months ago. The Prime Minister’s political wizardry likewise no longer casts quite the spell over her opponents it once did.
She no longer walks on water. Her struggle from now on will be to keep her head above the water. She’s been swamped by the backwash from her mishandling of matters mundane. Her legacy is at risk of being a long list of monuments to failure.
There are so many to choose from.