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24.11.2011

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Less than 24 hours after the defection of Peter Slipper from the Coalition's ranks to become Speaker of the House of Representatives, the recriminations have started. The former Howard government minister, Peter Reith, says Mr Slipper is a 'rat'. Some MPs believe the Queensland Liberal National Party's actions against Mr Slipper effectively pressured the maverick to quit. Source: abc.net.au

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