Luke Foley harassment scandal engulfs Australian politics

ABC reporter’s statement about alleged groping by state parliament opposition leader sparks uproarA sexual harassment scandal has engulfed Australian politics after a state parliament opposition leader was accused of indecently assaulting a female journalist at a Christmas party.In an explosive statement published by the national broadcaster the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) this week, one of its reporters claimed Luke Foley, leader of the New South Wales Labor party, had put his hand down the back of her dress and inside her underwear at a function in 2016. Continue reading...

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