Legal loophole which allows NSW students to take knives to school shocks Berejiklian | ABC News

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    Premier Gladys Berejiklian is “taken aback” to learn students can take knives to school on religious grounds and pledges to take action against a law that “doesn’t pass the common sense test”.

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