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Cops Called When Bradford Allegedly Shoves Student

According to Canterbury University Student Radio RDU, the police were called to Canterbury University this morning around 11.

30 after a student claimed he was assaulted py Tertiary Education Minister Max Bradford.

Bradford was at the university to deliver a speech on tertiary education but his speech was drowned out by chanting from angry students.

During his attempt to make a quick getaway a student was allegedly shoved.

The student then called the police claiming Bradford had assaulted him.

Two police cars arrived at the scene.

Details are sketchy but we will keep you up to date.

To see the speech Bradford was supposed to give see the Parliament wire..

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