We have a legal expert on the potential fallout from the PM's ponytail tug + Winston Peters talks on the rising migrant numbers
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A legal expert says the complaint of sexual harassment laid against Prime Minister John Key is 'a waste of time'
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John Key's repeated pulling of a waitress' ponytail could even amount to sexual harassment, says Pam Corkery.