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ENG: Julie Isabel Bishop (born 17 July 1956) is an Australian politician and the current Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Parliament of Australia. She holds this title as the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia. She is the party's first female Deputy Leader and the third woman in Australian history to hold the title of Deputy Leader of the Opposition. She is currently the Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and Shadow Minister for Trade. She has been a member of the Australian House of Representatives since 1998, representing the seat of Curtin in Western Australia. She was a minister in the Howard government until the defeat of the Liberal/National Coalition at the election held on 24 November 2007. On 27 November 2007, she announced she was running for the ...
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for2against   Knows her portfolio and performs well. Loyal to her boss and the Liberal party. A credit to the nation. Also very well liked., Aitchotwo
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Julie Bishop applauds deepening military ties

Deputy Opposition Leader and Opposition spokesman for foreign affairs and trade Julie Bishop says today's announcement of greater US military activities in Australia is one all Australia should welcome. STEVE CANNANE, PRESENTER: In Canberra, I'm joined by the Deputy Opposition Leader and Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Julie Bishop. Julie Bishop, thanks for talking to us. JULIE BISHOP, DEPUTY OPPOSITION LEADER: Good evening. STEVE CANNANE: What's your reaction to the announcement this afternoon that there'll soon be 2,500 strong marine taskforce on Australian soil and also ...

Rudd is PM in exile: Bishop

Newly appointed Foreign Affairs Minister Kevin Rudd is acting as Australia's prime minister in exile, opposition counterpart Julie Bishop says. Prime Minister Julia Gillard gave Mr Rudd the portfolio on Saturday, after deposing him from the top job in June. The Queensland frontbencher and his Labor colleagues will be sworn in to their new roles in Canberra today. Mr Rudd will head to the US later this week to meet senior officials in the Obama administration and attend the UN General Assembly. Ms Bishop said Mr Rudd appeared to be picking up where he left off as prime ...

Liberal chiefs block move against Bishop

LIBERAL powerbrokers headed off a challenge against the deputy leader, Julie Bishop, yesterday, believing it would destabilise the Coalition at a time when it was trying to portray the minority Labor government as unstable. The opposition finance spokesman, Andrew Robb, one of the tactical and policy masterminds of Tony Abbott's election campaign, sounded out colleagues about making a move against Ms Bishop when the Liberal party room meets today in Canberra. Leadership positions are always thrown open after an election. Mr Abbott will not be challenged and on Tuesday he sent a message ...

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Julie Bishop: Australia will use private firms like Coca-Cola to deliver aid - The Guardian
The GuardianJulie Bishop: Australia will use private firms like Coca-Cola to deliver aidThe GuardianThe Australian government will partner with private companies such as Coca-Cola to distribute medical aid, foreign minister Julie Bishop has said. Speaking at the Liberal federal council on Saturday, Bishop said she was not satisfied with the way ...
Julie Bishop plays down significance of China's 60% carbon reduction pledge - The Guardian
The GuardianJulie Bishop plays down significance of China's 60% carbon reduction pledgeThe GuardianSome countries have demanded that all of the $100bn a year financing to battle climate WWF has commended China for its commitment to global climate security, lauding it as 'the first major developing country emitter to set a total emissions peak target'.Climate for change: Chinese plans augur well for Paris dealBrisbane Timesall 747 news articles »
Jakarta ties at an 'all-time high' - The Australian
Jakarta ties at an 'all-time high'The AustralianFour of the top 10 countries at greatest risk of natural disasters are in the Pacific, with Vanuatu topping the list. “Australia takes primary responsibility for supporting the Pacific,” Ms Bishop said. “We've been discussing ways that our aid dollar ...and more »
Julie Bishop says China can take global leadership role - The Australian
The AustralianJulie Bishop says China can take global leadership roleThe AustralianIt sparked an apparent contradiction from Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, who said Asian nation was a “very significant player”. Mr Abbott also tried to downplay Mr Thawley's comments. “What we want to do is encourage China to assume a role commensurate ...Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop at odds over China commentsThe Australian Financial ReviewChina can be a responsible player: BishopSBSTony Abbott defends adviser who said China is an unwilling global leaderThe GuardianBloomberg -ABC Onlineall 19 news articles »

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