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Rudd addresses parliament but doesn\'t announce election date MP3

We cross live to Parliament House in Canberra for the latest in the ramifications of the Labor leadership change. The newly sworn-in Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, has addressed the Parliament, but didn't announce an election date, despite pressure from the Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott. Source: abc.net.au

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