The Labour Party is in crisis after complaints emerged that party officials botched an inquiry into serious allegations against a former staffer that included bullying and sexual assault.
Labour Party president Nigel Haworth has since resigned, as too has the staffer, although he denies any wrongdoing.
So what does the controversy tell us about the culture of Parliament? And will there be more heads to roll down Molesworth St?
- Alleged victims felt Ardern 'didn't care' - Paula Bennett
- Labour volunteer details alleged sexual assault by senior staffer
- Ardern's credibility called into question over handling of assault allegations
- Bridges brands Nigel Haworth's resignation 'inevitable'
The Hui presenter Mihingarangi Forbes spoke to former Green Party candidate and staffer Jack McDonald and Action Station's Laura O'Connell Rapira.
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