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Rudd return wouldn\'t help Labor: Ferguson MP3

The 43rd Australian Parliament has entered its final sitting fortnight, with Labor MPs mulling over the latest Nielsen poll, which shows the party's primary vote has dipped into its the 20s. While some caucus members believe the party would have a better chance at winning with Kevin Rudd at the helm, one backbencher - Laurie Ferguson - says a return of the former Prime Minister would not help. Source: abc.net.au

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