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Bradford: Mallard's apology not enough

Max Bradford National MP

20 March 2001

Bradford: Mallard's apology not enough

"Tonight I discussed with my wife the so-called apology Education Minister Trevor Mallard made in the House today for the completely inaccurate statements he made about Rosemary last week," Mr Bradford said.

"Mr Mallard has admitted that his statements were wrong. That proves he has maligned Rosemary's reputation. However his apology is not sufficient considering the damage he has caused to my wife's professional integrity which she values very highly.

"Accordingly, we will continue to pursue the legal avenues available to obtain a satisfactory solution to Mr Mallard's defamatory statements. Sadly though he has caused much damage already and that won't be undone easily," Max Bradford said.


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