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The Prime Minister Kevin Rudd this morning has been busy consulting his colleagues to craft a new cabinet to take to the election. Six members have quit the ministry, following Mr Rudd's re-election to the party's leadership on Wednesday night. A seventh minister is staying put for the moment, but says he will not recontest the next election. Mr Rudd has also been contemplating the re-working of major policies that h... Source: abc.net.au

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