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Senior Labor frontbencher Bill Shorten concedes if current opinion polling is accurate, Tony Abbott is headed for a landslide victory in September. Nationals Senate Leader Barnaby Joyce says "the Coalition's going to win". The concessions came as the former prime minister Kevin Rudd insisted he's campaigning for the return of Labor in September. Source: abc.net.au

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