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ENG: Malcolm Bligh Turnbull (born 24 October 1954) is an Australian politician. He has been a member of the Australian House of Representatives since 2004, and was Leader of the Opposition and parliamentary leader of the Liberal Party from 16September 2008 to 1December 2009. Since September 2010, he has been Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband. Turnbull has represented the Division of Wentworth in Sydney's eastern suburbs since his election in October 2004. He served as the federal Minister for Environment and Water Resources in 2007. Before entering parliamentary politics he practised as a journalist, barrister, company legal counsel, and merchant banker, and was leader of the Australian Republican Movement. In September 2008, Turnbull was chosen Liberal Party leader ...
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for5against   Massive ego alert ! Unable to accept that he is out of touch with the wishes of th majority of Australians. Disloyal to Tony Abbot and the Liberal party .Join the Labor party Mal,h, Aitchotwo
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Malcolm Turnbull says same-sex marriage a matter of conscien

... conscience EASTERN suburbs politicians from both major parties have voiced support for a conscience vote on same-sex marriage. Wentworth Liberal MP Malcolm Turnbull said he supports a free vote on gay marriage, telling the ABC yesterday he had raised the matter privately with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. “Nonetheless, the decision as to whether any such vote should be a conscience vote is one for the shadow cabinet and the party room,” Mr Turnbull said in a statement. Labor MPs will be allowed a conscience vote when a backbencher introduces a private ...

Be nicer: Turnbull's Christmas parliamentary appeal

ELEANOR HALL: At the end of a sometimes poisonous year in the federal parliament, the leader of the Opposition, Malcolm Turnbull, is today urging politicians adopt a new resolution to be nice to each other. Today is the last scheduled day of parliamentary sittings for 2008.The Prime Minister used the occasion to thank his parliamentary team and his family and to wish Coalition MPs well.Malcolm Turnbull called for a more civil and less venomous approach to parliamentary debate.In Canberra, Sabra Lane reports.SABRA LANE: The Prime Minister won't be at question time this afternoon instead he'll ...

Malcolm Turnbull says Julia Gillard is 'very nasty'

MALCOLM Turnbull has launched an extraordinary attack on Julia Gillard, describing her as "very nasty".The Opposition Leader said today that Ms Gillard, the deputy Labor leader, was "vicious" and should spend more time working on her portfolio of education and industrial relations rather than working up nasty things to say in parliament.PARLIAMENT: Lockdown as business piles upHis remarks follow nasty exchanges on the floor of Parliament House this week, including deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop's "The Claw" move, when she made a cat's claw gesture at Ms Gillard."Well, let me just say; ...

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'Thoroughly bad idea': Malcolm Turnbull contradicts Joe Hockey, Tony Abbott on ... - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning Herald'Thoroughly bad idea': Malcolm Turnbull contradicts Joe Hockey, Tony Abbott on ...Sydney Morning HeraldAsked about Mr Turnbull's comments, Mr Hockey told Lateline host Tony Jones there were a range of views on the issue. "Ultimately, Malcolm Turnbull was absolutely right; the best thing you could do for the housing market is to increase supply," Mr ...Malcolm Turnbull widens split on housing superThe AustralianMalcolm Turnbull: first-home buyers using super 'a thoroughly bad idea'The GuardianTwo charged over Qld mass dog grave0:55NEWS.com.auThe Daily Telegraph -Yahoo7 News -Sky News Australiavšech 121 zpravodajských článků »
Malcolm Turnbull explains how people can avoid having metadata collected - The Guardian
The GuardianMalcolm Turnbull explains how people can avoid having metadata collectedThe GuardianWhen asked about the protection of sources, Turnbull said: “Well, they've got nothing in addition to fear. Those call charge records have been accessed by police investigating leaks for decades, but of course you now have the ability by using over-the ...
Malcolm Turnbull swings back at Murdoch over sports on free to air TV - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldMalcolm Turnbull swings back at Murdoch over sports on free to air TVSydney Morning HeraldThe right to watch top sporting events on free-to-air television is a "very Australian arrangement" that should be protected, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has declared. In comments that threaten to widen a rift between Mr Turnbull and the ...Rupert Murdoch: Malcolm Turnbull's media law plans 'suit buddies at Nine'The GuardianTurnbull wears media backlashThe AustralianMalcolm Turnbull upsets Rupert Murdoch over media ownershipThe Australian Financial ReviewThe Register -NEWS.com.au -The Agevšech 68 zpravodajských článků »
Interview: Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull on metadata bill - ABC Online
The GuardianInterview: Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull on metadata billABC OnlineThe government's controversial metadata retention laws have been passed by the House of Representatives after both Labor and Liberal voted in favour. Now the debate heads to the Senate. Malcolm Turnbull makes the government's case.Malcolm Turnbull says access to journalists' metatdata 'a special case'The GuardianTurning the lock on the Fourth EstateThe Australian Financial ReviewOpposition backs data retention amid criticism over 'back-room deal'CNETSydney Morning Herald -9news.com.au -Sky News Australiavšech 86 zpravodajských článků »

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