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Yesterday's chaotic scenes in Victoria's lower house resulted in the Napthine Government securing a slim majority, for the time being. The Premier, Denis Napthine, has hit out at the Labor Party, calling the members sexist bullies, while the ousting of two senior Labor MPs when the key Independent Geoff Shaw was out of the chamber has prompted questions over whether a secret Liberal party deal was done to secure the ... Source: abc.net.au

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