New Zealand Labour's president resigns over handling of sexual assault inquiry
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Jacinda Ardern says allegations in question are ‘incredibly distressing’ and offers to meet alleged victims

The president of New Zealand’s Labour party has resigned over the handling of sexual assault allegations against a party staffer.

Jacinda Ardern announced Nigel Haworth’s resignation on Wednesday, two days after details of an alleged assault against a 19-year-old were published by the Spinoff. As party president, Haworth oversaw the investigation of the complaint and several others...

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