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PM steps pressures NT over Gonski as deadline looms MP3

The Prime Minister is stepping up pressure on the Northern Territory Government to sign up to the Gonski school funding plan. The deadline for states and territories to sign up is just one week away. In a letter to the Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles, Julia Gillard has threatened to withhold funding from the Teritory unless it stops cutting its education budget and signs up to the Gonski plan. Source: abc.net.au

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