Sir Jerry Mateparae is the NZ High Commissioner to the UK, becoming the first Māori to hold the role. He spoke exclusively to Ripeka Timutimu about his role in London, what Brexit means for Māori and what he misses most from home. Tune in to Te Karere at 3.55pm, TVNZ 1, for this report and head over to like Ripeka's page for more of her updates from the UK.
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