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05.06.2016

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Government ramps up \'war\' attack on Labor MP3

The Federal Government has dramatically escalated its verbal attack on the Opposition, accusing Labor of using tax rises as bullets in a war on business and economic growth. The Prime Minister says 'it's a fact', but the Opposition leader says the Government looks desperate. The Vietnam Veterans Association has criticised the Government's language on a day the remains of 33 servicemen were repatriated. Source: abc.net.au

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