Random impertinent questions for the Labour party

Here are some questions, for the Labour party and the police, after reading around a few articles related to the Young Labour Summer School camp allegations.

Questions for the Labour party regarding the allegations of ‘sexual assaults’ at the Young Labour Summer School camp recently:

Have the police been contacted? If they have, is an investigation underway or concluded? If they have not been contacted, why not?

Was there any discouragement of laying a complaint directed toward the victims? If there was, by whom?  

What was the alcohol policy of this weekend event?

Why was the camp supervisor, Tess Macintyre, in bed when there was a party that clearly had alcohol present with minors?

Who was responsible for the operation of the party in question if Macintyre was unavailable?

Who bought the alcohol?

Were any MPs present at the party?

Was the accused person in any way related (genetically, by marriage, business etc) to any Labour party MP? If so, has that MP (or MPs) been involved in any discussion regarding this incident?

Given the high profile sexual assault has around the world at this time, do the Labour party believe that a straight ban from any future events is acceptable final punishment?

Is ‘highly inappropriate behaviour’ an acceptable description of allegations of sexual assault?

How come Jacinda Ardern doesn’t know anything? Does she know mobile phones work in the Pacific? Couldn’t she have used Winston’s one? Why wasn’t she told?

Is this Jacinda’s ‘Darren Hughes’ moment?

Were any Swiss balls injured at this event?

Questions for the police:

Have any complaints been laid regarding this event? If they have, are you able to clarify where you are at with any investigation?

Has any member of the New Zealand Police had any discussion with any politician (central or local) regarding the handling of this situation?


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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

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