Pitt won't rule out Labor leadership tilt
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Pitt won't rule out Labor leadership tilt

Brisbane : Australia | Mar 25, 2012 at 3:20 PM PDT
Source: The Age
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Mr Pitt leads Liberal National Party candidate Robyn Quick by about 800 votes with 73 per cent of the votes counted. Labor must choose a new leader after deposed premier Anna Bligh quit politics on Sunday, one day after being returned in the seat of South Brisbane. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
 
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