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    There's still no sign of two reports into sexual assault allegations against a Labour Party staffer

    There's still no sign of two reports into sexual assault allegations against a Labour Party staffer


    A top lawyer is still working on her inquiry into the complaints, and another review's been underway into the party's handling of them.

    The Prime Minister says the QC's report was expected by November, but more time was needed.

    Jacinda Ardern says she's keen for it to be resolved, but the timeline is out of her hands.

    It's not yet known whether either review will be made public.

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