Labour’s guilty until proven innocent law makes the UK newspapers

The Independent (UK) reports:

New Zealand’s second-largest political party wants to reverse the burden of proof in cases if it gets into power, making defendants prove their innocence to reduce the trauma suffered by victims.

Andrew Little, the Party’s justice spokesman, has outlined plans for a monumental shift in the justice system in the run-up to the country’s general elections in September.

They won’t remain second largest as more and more people hear about their policy. But well done Labour on making international headlines for their policy.

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