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NSW State Labor MPs Eddie Obeid and Ian Macdonald have been expelled from their party, but the NSW Labor Leader John Robertson believes the scandal and anti corruption hearings won't directly affect Labor's chances at the Federal election. Mr Robertson however has acknowledged the ICAC inquiries involving the two MPs have damaged the Labor brand and will today apologise to NSW voters for letting them down when Labor ... Source: abc.net.au

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