MP3: Former Tas premier confirms payment for land transfer but denies it's as large as Liberals allege

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Former Tas premier confirms payment for land transfer but denies it\'s as large as Liberals allege MP3

A Liberal MP has used budget estimates to accuse the former Labor premier, Paul Lennon, of standing to receive half a million dollars worth of kickbacks from an affordable housing scheme. Paul Lennon says he is being paid for his work but says the amount is less than half of what the Liberals are alleging. Source: abc.net.au

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