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  •   Home > News > Technology

    Prime Minister told today MPs receiving emails calling them Nazis and murderers over abortion debate

    As the abortion debate rages, the Prime Minister has been told today MPs have received email messages calling them Nazis and murderers


    Jacinda Ardern says she doesn't see all messages - but says people hold strong views on this issue.

    Ardern says during the election when the abortion issue was raised she received messages that were pretty difficult to read.

    The proposed Government Bill taking abortion out of the Crimes Act, will be debated this afternoon.

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