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Brough speaks about offensive menu, says he never saw it MP3

The LNP candidate for Fisher Mal Brough says he never saw a mocked up menu, which had offensive descriptions about the Prime Minister. Mr Brough says the truth has now been revealed about the matter, saying the restaurateur has admitted to making the menu, but that it was never publicly distributed in his restaurant. The government says it does not believe the cafe owner or Mr Brough. Source: abc.net.au

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