‘It stinks!’: The Labor activity that has Ray Hadley a bit suspicious
Ray Hadley is calling out the factional interests behind a push for NSW Labor Party MPs to resign following a bullying report.
Labor MP Walt Secord announced last week he will quit politics at the next election amid bullying allegations that emerged from the Broderick report.
Staff from former leader Jodi McKay’s office have alleged he raised his voice at them.
The politician is part of Labor’s more conservative side and supported Chris Minns as the leader against Ms McKay.
Right-wing Labor MP Tania Mihailuk is also facing serious allegations of bullying staff.
Ray Hadley is challenging Chris Minns to step up and prevent Ms Mihailuk from stepping down.
“I’m a bit suspicious of what the party’s doing.
“There appears to be a concerted effort by the Labor left here to get rid of the Labor right.
“Why aren’t we seeing the leaks about the blokes that allegedly sexually assaulted others?”
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