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19.02.2012

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Crean challenges Rudd: Put up or shut up MP3

Senior Labor frontbencher Simon Crean, a close ally of the Prime Minister Julia Gillard, has told the Foreign Minister, Kevin Rudd, to "put up or shut up". The intervention follows another 48 hours of damaging destabilisation and open-warfare within the Labor Party. Mr Crean says if Kevin Rudd can't be a team player, then he should quit and go to the backbench. Source: abc.net.au

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