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PM ready to set up house

Canberra : Australia | Nov 10, 2013
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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That tone is likely to be different from the previous Parliament, with fewer suspensions of question time to make way for fiery oratory, thanks to the new government having the numbers to ''gag'' debate. The first sitting will offer voters a chance to asses the alternative prime minister, Bill Shorten, who has shot up the ranks from rookie MP to Labor leader in just over two terms in Canberra. "Now that the government is effectively closed to the media, question time will be more important in... Read full News at Sydney Morning Herald
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