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25.06.2013

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Labor leadership pains continue MP3

Despite a frenzy of speculation, there's still been no change of leadership in the Federal Labor Party. Emotions are running high in the final days of the hung Parliament, with the two independents whose agreement with Julia Gillard sealed her position as prime minister announcing that they won't contest the next election. We cross to Canberra for the latest developments. Source: abc.net.au

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