(Not from article, but better summary)
Leader of the opposition David Cunliffe says he’s sorry that he’s a man because men commit most family violence.
He told a Women’s Refuge forum in Auckland today that Labour would put an extra $15 million a year into refuges and other groups supporting the victims of family violence. But he started his speech with an apology.
“Can I begin by saying I’m sorry,” he said "I don’t often say it. I’m sorry for being a man right now, because family and sexual violence is perpetrated overwhelmingly by men against women and children."
To which the Prime Minister responded, verbatim, "NOT ALL MEN."