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Ben Elton quizzes Prime Minister at fundraiser in WA MP3

In Western Australia, Labor Party internal polling is suggesting it will lose all three of its seats in the federal election. But the mood at a party fundraiser in Fremantle last night was far from despondent as more than 200 of the faithful paid up to $250 to hear comedian Ben Elton quiz the Prime Minister. Source: abc.net.au

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