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ENG: Anthony John "Tony" Abbott (born 4 November 1957) is the Leader of the Opposition in the Australian House of Representatives and federal leader of the centre-right Liberal Party of Australia. Abbott has represented the seat of Warringah since the 1994 by-election. Prior to entering the Australian Parliament, Abbott studied for a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Sydney and for a Master of Arts as a Rhodes Scholar at The Queen's College, Oxford. He later trained as a Roman Catholic seminarian and worked as a journalist, business manager, political advisor and Executive Director of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy. Abbott served in the Howard Government as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Employment, Education, Training and ...
for3against   Tony Abbott is improving by the day & starting to look and act like a leader. Well done Sir, Nemue
for3against   Keep up the good work. Highlight the other crowd's incompetence., frolly
for2against   He has grown in his role as leader. Hard working,articulate family man and a Rhodes scholar. He's very polite in the face of jintolerable insults from Labor.Great next PM, Aitchotwo
for36against   I do not agree. Tony Abbott is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
for2against   I don't trust him. No personal substance, can say no. The Vatican can breath a sigh of relief that he left the Seminary, or he would be after The Holy Father's Job., Kenneth
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Tony Abbott tips anti-gay marriage party line to stay

COALITION MPs may have to cross the floor to exercise a conscience vote, with Opposition Leader Tony Abbott indicating the coalition will hold the party line against gay marriage. Liberal frontbencher Malcolm Turnbull has asked Mr Abbott to allow coalition MPs a conscience vote. ''My view is there should be a conscience vote,'' he told ABC Radio today. Prime Minister Julia Gillard has also appealed to Mr Abbott to allow a conscience vote on the issue when a private member's bill is presented to the parliament with the aim of changing the Marriage Act early next year. ''For some ...

Tony Abbott’s address to the Menzies Research Centre

The last federal election to produce a “hung” parliament was in 1940. On that occasion, the incumbent government limped on but the prime minister of the day faced growing party dissent. The opposition, previously in disarray, looked increasingly like a credible alternative government. Eighteen months later, after a parliamentary vote of no confidence, the independents changed sides and the new government won a landslide at the next election, held at the normal time. In her Chifley lecture on the weekend, the prime minister invoked this 1940 to 1943 parliament as one of ...

Abbott's first priority is to overturn Wild Rivers

Federal Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says his first job in Parliament will be to overturn the Queensland Government's Wild Rivers Act. The legislation protects rivers on Cape York in far north Queensland from development. Indigenous leader Noel Pearson has argued the Act stops the right to self-determination. Mr Abbott says he will be working with the independents to have the law overturned. "As our first priority we intend to work with the independents to overturn Queensland's Wild River's legislation," he said. "Far better for the national Parliament to restore to the people ...

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Why Andrew Bolt is wrong about Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull - The Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial ReviewWhy Andrew Bolt is wrong about Tony Abbott and Malcolm TurnbullThe Australian Financial ReviewHaving watched the vanquished of Australian politics squeal like stuck pigs over this past fortnight, it's hard not to draw the obvious conclusion that "I will go quietly" means precisely the opposite. Before the taste of defeat had evaporated from his ...Tony Abbott: Former PM maintains he could have won next federal electionABC OnlineOPINION: Why you made a big mistake not appreciating Tony AbbottNT NewsTony Abbott is perfectly OK, and thanks for the therapy, Ray HadleySydney Morning HeraldThe Guardian -The Australian (blog) -NEWS.com.auall 251 news articles »
The IPA and other losers of the Tony Abbott guard - The Saturday Paper (subscription)
ABC OnlineThe IPA and other losers of the Tony Abbott guardThe Saturday Paper (subscription)Suddenly the Labor Party, the Abbott-friendly tabloid commentators and radio shock jocks, right-wing think tanks and not least Tony Abbott himself are all parroting the same talking points. The Turnbull coup, they say, amounted to a change but not a ...Cabinet ministers come out in support of dumped Tony Abbott following media ...ABC OnlineMalcolm Turnbull needs to win back the middle Australia Tony Abbott lostThe Australian Financial ReviewPartisan ABC attacks AbbottThe AustralianTelegraph.co.uk -Sydney Morning Herald -The Ageall 233 news articles »
Julia Gillard: I understand how ousted Australian PM Tony Abbott feels - The Guardian
The GuardianJulia Gillard: I understand how ousted Australian PM Tony Abbott feelsThe GuardianWhen it comes to recent events in domestic Australian politics, Julia Gillard prefers to leave commentary to her colleagues in the Labor party. But regarding the recent ousting of the prime minister, Tony Abbott, Gillard said on Wednesday: “I ...and more »
Shorten must refresh his team - The Australian
The AustralianShorten must refresh his teamThe AustralianBill Shorten needs to respond to Malcolm Turnbull's new team with a frontbench reshuffle or risk Labor looking like a party of the past — a role Tony Abbott's government played to some critical acclaim. There is scope to take better advantage of the ...and more »

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