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PM says leadership talk \'wasted breath\' and declares she\'ll lead Labor to poll MP3

The Prime Minister has sent a strong message to caucus, saying she'll lead the party to the election as that she's the best person to head the party. Julia Gillard has declared speculation about the leadership as "rumour mongering" and "wasted breath". Source: abc.net.au

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