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The Young Witness
Tasmanian Premier makes tweet of himselfby Tourism Industry Council Tasmania CEO Luke Martin that he “hadn’t been so un
Tasmanian Premier makes tweet of himself
The Young Witness / Posted 9 minutes ago
by Tourism Industry Council Tasmania CEO Luke Martin that he “hadn’t been so underwhelmed since I saw Hangover 3” after the Coalition announced a $5 million Tasmanian tourism package. Labor tourism spokesman Scott Bacon said the tweet showed... Read more
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The Star
U.S.-backed forces advance inside IS-held city - monitoring groupthe silos, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The advance took plac
U.S.-backed forces advance inside IS-held city - monitoring group
The Star / Posted an hour ago
the silos, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The advance took place more than three weeks after the SDF and the coalition launched an offensive to drive the jihadist militants from territory it controls along the Turkish-Syrian... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Doctors welcome promise of National Rural Health Commissionerposition."Coalition 'playing catch-up' on rural health: Labor Labor's rural he
Doctors welcome promise of National Rural Health Commissioner
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
position."Coalition 'playing catch-up' on rural health: Labor Labor's rural health spokesman Stephen Jones has accused the Coalition of playing catch-up on the issue. "We've already announced that a Shorten Labor government would establish a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Shayne’s innovative plan to fund IPACPerforming Arts Centre (IPAC) that he is so keen to secure for the city. Cr Pi
Shayne’s innovative plan to fund IPAC
Queensland Times / Posted an hour ago
Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) that he is so keen to secure for the city. Cr Pisasale told the QT on Friday that he wants the Coalition and the ALP to provide $80 million in funding for IPAC and $150 million for the Norman St bridge... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Four Kansas governors form coalition to challenge Brownback and his allies"focus on the work that must happen in Topeka to get Kansas back on solid groun
Four Kansas governors form coalition to challenge Brownback and his allies
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 hours ago
"focus on the work that must happen in Topeka to get Kansas back on solid ground." Existing political entities enlisted in the coalition include Republicans for Kansas Values, Mainstream Coalition, Reroute the Roadmap, Kansans Advancing Women,... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'If you've got money, you vote in ... if you haven't got money, you vote out'that. Ukip were held back by both the first-past-the-post electoral system, and
'If you've got money, you vote in ... if you haven't got money, you vote out'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 hours ago
that. Ukip were held back by both the first-past-the-post electoral system, and the polarising qualities of Farage, but the coalition for Brexit effectively neutralised both. And so it came to pass: the cause of leaving the EU, for so long the... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Group seeks reduction in Rutgers tuition and feesin the forefront as Rutgers continues to expand. David Hughes, president of th
Group seeks reduction in Rutgers tuition and fees
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 2 hours ago
in the forefront as Rutgers continues to expand. David Hughes, president of the faculty union that is part of the coalition, said keeping costs down for students is “the most pressing priority” for the group. He called on Rutgers to... Read more
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News Mail
Bundy pridethat we're in the middle of a federal election campaign, Hinkler candidates wer
Bundy pride
News Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
that we're in the middle of a federal election campaign, Hinkler candidates were asked to respond. Again, more rhetoric: "The Coalition Government has done nothing to fix unemployment; we'll attract investment". Does anyone else see the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The spectacular fall of David Cameronin 2010, though he had to settle for a a coalition government between his Conse
The spectacular fall of David Cameron
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
in 2010, though he had to settle for a a coalition government between his Conservatives and the Liberal Democrat Party. The coalition had vowed to make deficit-reduction a priority. But the austerity drive unfolded amid a weak economy that... Read more
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dna
Shiv Sena takes filmi potshots at ally BJPclarification, state BJP President Raosaheb Danve said the alliance with the Ud
Shiv Sena takes filmi potshots at ally BJP
dna / Posted 3 hours ago
clarification, state BJP President Raosaheb Danve said the alliance with the Uddhav Thackeray-led party remains intact and the coalition government will complete its full term. "If anybody publishes any news report in any newspaper, it does not... Read more
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chad
Edwina Currie - ‘Let’s hope UK will emerge as strong, confident and prosperous nation’ after Brexit voteand we will not be going back. “I’m sad to see David Cameron’s departure. He’s
Edwina Currie - ‘Let’s hope UK will emerge as strong, confident and prosperous nation’ after Brexit vote
chad / Posted 4 hours ago
and we will not be going back. “I’m sad to see David Cameron’s departure. He’s been an excellent Prime Minister, leading the Coalition so skilfully that we’ve become the 5th largest economy in the world. He deserves credit for his decency and... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Edwina Currie - ‘Let’s hope UK will emerge as strong, confident and prosperous nation’ after Brexit voteand we will not be going back. “I’m sad to see David Cameron’s departure. He’s
Edwina Currie - ‘Let’s hope UK will emerge as strong, confident and prosperous nation’ after Brexit vote
Derbyshire Times / Posted 4 hours ago
and we will not be going back. “I’m sad to see David Cameron’s departure. He’s been an excellent Prime Minister, leading the Coalition so skilfully that we’ve become the 5th largest economy in the world. He deserves credit for his decency and... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Historical society celebrates contributions of Jewish women in Michiganand blew a whistle, signaling the start of a pink-collar sit-down strike that l
Historical society celebrates contributions of Jewish women in Michigan
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 4 hours ago
and blew a whistle, signaling the start of a pink-collar sit-down strike that lasted for eight days. The co-founder of the Coalition of Labor Union Women is just one of many Jewish women in Southeast Michigan celebrated in a recent project by... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Duterte insists on death penalty by hangingunacceptable, however grave the crime of the convicted person,” he added. Ten
Duterte insists on death penalty by hanging
Pilipino Star / Posted 5 hours ago
unacceptable, however grave the crime of the convicted person,” he added. Ten years after the death penalty was abolished, the Coalition Against Death Penalty (CADP) and Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines-Episcopal Commission on Prison... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled US-EU trade deala senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a think
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled US-EU trade deal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 hours ago
a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a think tank in Washington. "As the UK is part of the coalition of liberal trading economies in the EU, the U.S. is losing one of the more like-minded countries from the group... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ruling on undocumented in US ‘devastating’ for Irishsaid the Government needed to engage with the US Embassy in Dublin on this issu
Ruling on undocumented in US ‘devastating’ for Irish
The Irish Times / Posted 5 hours ago
said the Government needed to engage with the US Embassy in Dublin on this issue. Celine Kennelly, board president of the Coalition of Irish Immigration Centres (CIIC), said it was time for the US to “address its broken immigration... Read more
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Reuters
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled U.S.-EU trade deala senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a think
UK 'Leave' a final nail in the coffin for stalled U.S.-EU trade deal
Reuters / Posted 5 hours ago
a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a think tank in Washington. "As the UK is part of the coalition of liberal trading economies in the EU, the U.S. is losing one of the more like-minded countries from the group... Read more
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WA Today
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baitinginto the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite i
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baiting
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
into the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite it being a key point of difference from the Coalition and one that resonates with voters, according to the polls. Last Sunday the Opposition leader Bill Shorten... Read more
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The Age
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baitinginto the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite i
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baiting
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
into the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite it being a key point of difference from the Coalition and one that resonates with voters, according to the polls. James Kessel, 46, had his insurance claim rejected... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baitinginto the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite i
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baiting
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
into the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite it being a key point of difference from the Coalition and one that resonates with voters, according to the polls. James Kessel, 46, had his insurance claim rejected... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baitinginto the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite i
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baiting
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
into the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite it being a key point of difference from the Coalition and one that resonates with voters, according to the polls. Last Sunday the Opposition leader Bill Shorten... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Alarm sounded on Highway Commission attendance at Metroplan meeting on wider freewaysand Department staff will be there to answer any questions that may arise durin
Alarm sounded on Highway Commission attendance at Metroplan meeting on wider freeways
Arkansas Times / Posted 6 hours ago
and Department staff will be there to answer any questions that may arise during the meeting. Wells, who is president of the Coalition of Little Rock Neighborhoods, figures you can't be too careful. She's spread the word to her group. Attend... Read more
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PhysOrg
Germany shuts door to frackingnow, and the current coalition government under Angela Merkel has been working
Germany shuts door to fracking
PhysOrg / Posted 6 hours ago
now, and the current coalition government under Angela Merkel has been working for months to draw up the proposed rules. The coalition had put forward a draft law on the issue in April 2015, but the text was mothballed due to strong divisions... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baitinginto the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite i
Dull, boring campaign could be geed up by some bank-baiting
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 hours ago
into the banks, but it hasn't done a lot with it since then. This is despite it being a key point of difference from the Coalition and one that resonates with voters, according to the polls. Last Sunday the Opposition leader Bill Shorten... Read more
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News.com.au
Loose lips lead to Medicare slipstubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground,
Loose lips lead to Medicare slip
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
stubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground, despite refusing to repeat his claim that the Coalition had a policy to privatise Medicare during an interview with the ABC’s Leigh Sales on Thursday night. He... Read more
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News.com.au
How Brexit will help Malcolmmantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world mark
How Brexit will help Malcolm
News.com.au / Posted 6 hours ago
mantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world markets. All major polls show voters believe the coalition are the superior economic managers. The Prime Minister, a successful merchant banker, yesterday said the... Read more
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The Courier
Margin call from Tatchell$100 million funding pledge from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to build a sta
Margin call from Tatchell
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
$100 million funding pledge from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to build a stadium. In Murray, where it is a race between the Coalition partners, the government has pledged $97 million for a new Echuca-Moama bridge. Mr Tatchell hit out at how... Read more
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The Courier
Battle for Ballarat: Waiting on our priority projectsthere are still multiple priority projects awaiting any kind of funding pledge.
Battle for Ballarat: Waiting on our priority projects
The Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
there are still multiple priority projects awaiting any kind of funding pledge. With Labor ticking off two, and little from the Coalition the fear is Ballarat will be left high and dry. Two weeks ago The Courier called for funding commitments to 10... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How Brexit will help Malcolmmantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world mark
How Brexit will help Malcolm
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 hours ago
mantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world markets. All major polls show voters believe the coalition are the superior economic managers. The Prime Minister, a successful merchant banker, yesterday said the... Read more
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NBC News
Asian-American Advocates Celebrate, Bemoan Affirmative Action Decisionand Justice, alleging that a number of Ivy League schools discriminate against
Asian-American Advocates Celebrate, Bemoan Affirmative Action Decision
NBC News / Posted 7 hours ago
and Justice, alleging that a number of Ivy League schools discriminate against Asian-American applicants. Most recently, the coalition of 132 Asian-American organizations last month accused Dartmouth College, Yale University, and Brown University... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Call for national action on corruptionTaylor Despite growing public mistrust of federal government and politicians,
Call for national action on corruption
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Taylor Despite growing public mistrust of federal government and politicians, in the current election campaign neither the Coalition nor Labor have proposed, or campaigned for, a dedicated integrity commission. High-profile former chairman of... Read more
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NJ Biz
Horizon, rival attorneys react to OMNIA report rulingruled in favor of the Hospitals,” Steve Goldman, a former Department of Banking
Horizon, rival attorneys react to OMNIA report ruling
NJ Biz / Posted 7 hours ago
ruled in favor of the Hospitals,” Steve Goldman, a former Department of Banking and Insurance commissioner who represents the coalition, said. “But, we need to remember that Horizon still has to produce the McKinsey Report and the Alliance... Read more
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Adelaide Now
How Brexit will help Malcolmmantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world mark
How Brexit will help Malcolm
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 hours ago
mantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world markets. All major polls show voters believe the coalition are the superior economic managers. The Prime Minister, a successful merchant banker, yesterday said the... Read more
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Herald Sun
The (swivel) eyes have itat least, the British vote plays into Turnbull’s hands. It will help him in ne
The (swivel) eyes have it
Herald Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
at least, the British vote plays into Turnbull’s hands. It will help him in next Saturday’s federal election. Central to the Coalition campaign is the belief that what Australians want above all at the moment is stability. Liberal research tells... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The (swivel) eyes have itat least, the British vote plays into Turnbull’s hands. It will help him in ne
The (swivel) eyes have it
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
at least, the British vote plays into Turnbull’s hands. It will help him in next Saturday’s federal election. Central to the Coalition campaign is the belief that what Australians want above all at the moment is stability. Liberal research tells... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
More projects could follow $33M investment at Dayton airportthat location had much to offer, Heaton said. The interchange is a day's drive
More projects could follow $33M investment at Dayton airport
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 8 hours ago
that location had much to offer, Heaton said. The interchange is a day's drive from most of the U.S. population, the coalition said. "It's in a high-visibility spot and as more people get exposure, we can only get bigger from here,"... Read more
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Herald Sun
How Brexit will help Malcolmmantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world mark
How Brexit will help Malcolm
Herald Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
mantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world markets. All major polls show voters believe the coalition are the superior economic managers. The Prime Minister, a successful merchant banker, yesterday said the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How Brexit will help Malcolmmantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world mark
How Brexit will help Malcolm
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
mantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world markets. All major polls show voters believe the coalition are the superior economic managers. The Prime Minister, a successful merchant banker, yesterday said the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Loose lips lead to Medicare slipstubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground,
Loose lips lead to Medicare slip
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
stubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground, despite refusing to repeat his claim that the Coalition had a policy to privatise Medicare during an interview with the ABC’s Leigh Sales on Thursday night. He... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Split Supreme Court blocks Obama immigration planto live in the shadows without the respect and dignity that they deserve,” said
Split Supreme Court blocks Obama immigration plan
Bangor Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
to live in the shadows without the respect and dignity that they deserve,” said Jorge-Mario Cabrera, a spokesman for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. The Obama administration could ask the high court to rehear the... Read more
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Perth Now
Loose lips lead to Medicare slipstubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground,
Loose lips lead to Medicare slip
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
stubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground, despite refusing to repeat his claim that the Coalition had a policy to privatise Medicare during an interview with the ABC’s Leigh Sales on Thursday night. He... Read more
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Perth Now
How Brexit will help Malcolmmantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world mark
How Brexit will help Malcolm
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
mantra of health and education would now be overshadowed by plunging world markets. All major polls show voters believe the coalition are the superior economic managers. The Prime Minister, a successful merchant banker, yesterday said the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Same-sex laws will 'sail' through: Turnbullrecognition of indigenous Australians. 'Nobody is suggesting we can't have a r
Same-sex laws will 'sail' through: Turnbull
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 hours ago
recognition of indigenous Australians. 'Nobody is suggesting we can't have a respectful debate about that.' The coalition intends to hold a plebiscite by the end of the year if it wins on July 2. But conservative Liberal senator... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Loose lips lead to Medicare slip-upstubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground,
Loose lips lead to Medicare slip-up
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
stubbornly forged ahead with his Medicare scare campaign and stood his ground, despite refusing to repeat his claim that the Coalition had a policy to privatise Medicare during an interview with the ABC’s Leigh Sales on Thursday night. He... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Call to appoint commissionerpipeline” The Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA) has also backed th
Call to appoint commissioner
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
pipeline” The Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA) has also backed the move and said it was gratifying to see the Coalition back the initiative. “RDAA called for the appointment of a commissioner early in the election campaign,”... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Labor commitment - NBN for Tamworth: win or losefibre to the home and business under a Labor government, rather than the “secon
Labor commitment - NBN for Tamworth: win or lose
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 hours ago
fibre to the home and business under a Labor government, rather than the “second-rate copper” network being rolled out by the Coalition, the party’s New England candidate says. FIBRE-TO-THE-PREMISES: David Ewings said Labor’s promise would stand... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
ISIS losing ground in Middle East, spreads to LibyaCNN on Thursday. U.S. officials say Manbij is a strategic supply point and the
ISIS losing ground in Middle East, spreads to Libya
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 11 hours ago
CNN on Thursday. U.S. officials say Manbij is a strategic supply point and the main hub for ISIS between Raqqa and Turkey. The coalition force, supported by airstrikes from U.S. warplanes, has encountered fierce resistance while advancing, the... Read more
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Channel 4 News
David Cameron ‘massively misjudged, over-reached and crashed’split 50/50 if the two were in different camps. David Cameron’s greatest polit
David Cameron ‘massively misjudged, over-reached and crashed’
Channel 4 News / Posted 11 hours ago
split 50/50 if the two were in different camps. David Cameron’s greatest political moment was probably the founding of the coalition. As a politician with light ideological baggage and charm he made a relative anomaly seem routine, settled the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Hope for battlersthrough the National Affordable Housing Agreement and other assistance for vuln
Hope for battlers
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
through the National Affordable Housing Agreement and other assistance for vulnerable and disadvantaged Australians, the Coalition Government is focused on improving programmes that will help people affected by this issue get into the... Read more
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