AFP took two years to brief Peter Dutton about Brittany Higgins’s rape allegations

AFP took two years to brief Peter Dutton about Brittany Higgins’s rape allegations
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The Australian Federal Police (AFP) took almost two years to inform the government about the alleged rape of a staffer in Parliament House, briefing Minister Peter Dutton just days before the story went public.

Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins alleges she was assaulted by a colleague in the office of her then-boss, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds in March 2019.

Ms Higgins met with the AFP shortly after the incident, but asked officers not to pursue an investigation in April 2019.

She went…



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