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New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern suggests opposition leader is a ‘Karen’


New Zealand’s prime minister suggested that the opposition leader could be called a “Karen” in a parliamentary debate over laws governing hate speech. During the debate, Judith Collins, the opposition leader, asked how the prime minister would respond to a constituent calling proposed changes to the country’s hate

“completely and utterly wrong”

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