MP3: Gary Gray to continue in cabinet (video)

26.06.2013

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Gary Gray to continue in cabinet (video) MP3

The latest extraordinary chapter in Labor's poisonous leadership wars was provoked by the Resources Minister Gary Gray who taunted Kevin Rudd to 'put up or shut up'. The advice was taken, and Julia Gillard was defeated. Source: abc.net.au

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