MP3: Gender and sexism re-emerge in political debate

11.06.2013

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Gender and sexism re-emerge in political debate MP3

The Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has condemned an offensive description of the Prime Minister, included in a menu for a fundraiser for the high profile candidate Mal Brough. The former prime minister, Kevin Rudd says Mr Brough should have known better. There's also questions within the Labor Party about the Prime Minister's decision to reignite a debate on abortion. Source: abc.net.au

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