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25.11.2013

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Victorian Parliament resumes .. and the drama continues MP3

The Victorian Parliament resumes today after its extraordinary closing down earlier this month. The Liberal-turned-Independent MP, Geoff Shaw, who sparked the acrimony, does not appear to have warmed to the Speaker, despite the efforts of his former Liberal colleagues. Labor meanwhile is vowing once again to challenge the authority of the Speaker on the floor of the house this afternoon. Source: abc.net.au

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