Labour was told that both parties were not allowed to campaign in the mall, however, the following day National’s candidate Dan Bidois posted pictures on social media of him campaigning there.
Halbert went to Glenfield to try and sort it all out, but was told that despite Bidois being allowed to campaign, he would not be allowed to. In the end, security had to be called, although it looks like Glenfield’s manager just wanted him out sooner rather than later rather than Halbert being too persistent.
I can see both sides of this argument.
On one hand, it’s utterly unfair to give one candidate permission but not the other. Either give both permission or give none.
On the other hand, Glenfield is private property.
I personally side somewhat with Halbert here, but it is a sticky situation all around.