Simon Bridges discusses hate crime review
Back now to possible changes to hate crime law in the wake of the Christchurch mosque terror attack. Justice Minister Andrew Little says the laws are inadequate and we need to do better. We heard earlier from the Hamilton mayor Andrew King who says his hands are tied over the inflammatory comments by his councillor James Casson. And the Act Party leader David Seymour says a hate crime law will be divisive and will descend into farce. The leader of the opposition is Simon Bridges. He talks to Susie Ferguson.