If you’re going to grandstand on an issue, then it’s wise to do it properly and not cut any corners.
On Monday (28 November 2016), Turnbull and Shorten stood arm in arm and ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with indigenous leaders outside parliament to show ‘solidarity’ with Charlie King’s No More campaign. The only things missing were the ‘Je suis Charlie’ placards:
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It’s amazing how long politicians are able to withstand allegations such as these before facing justice – if ever:
Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi is facing the prospect of a five-day public hearing over her long-running travel and expenses scandal.
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