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Winston Churchill in the New Statesman archive

A pre-war interview, “Should we hang Mr Churchill?” and how a wartime cabinet colleague fell under the Prime Minister's spell. Strikers march on Sidney Street. Photo: Getty * 22 May 1926:..
New Statesman 2 weeks ago

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Gillard demands apology

gillard demands apologyJULIA Gillard has called for an apology after a Royal Commission into trade unions found she did not commit any crime.
Herald Sun on December 19, 2014Also reported by •NT NewsCourier Mail
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Inquiry clears Gillard,backs union charges

The first reports of the royal commission into unions have cleared former prime minister Julia Gillard but recommended dozens of charges against officials.
The Age on December 19, 2014

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CFMEU 'engaged in blackmail, extortion'

cfmeu 'engaged in blackmail, extortion'THE unions royal commission says the construction union operated with deliberate disregard for the law, with officials engaging in blackmail and extortion.
Perth Now on December 19, 2014Also reported by •Daily TelegraphCourier MailHerald SunSydney Morning HeraldThe Age
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Concerns raised over union super funds

THE royal commission into trade unions has raised concerns over their links with superannuation funds.
Daily Telegraph on December 19, 2014Also reported by •Courier MailHerald SunPerth NowSydney Morning HeraldThe Age
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Unions royal commission clears Julia Gillard but questions her credibility as a witness

Former prime minister Julia Gillard did not commit a crime and was not aware of any criminality committed by union officials during her time as a lawyer for the Australian Workers Union, the trade..
The Age on December 19, 2014

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Gillard’s ex could face charges

gillard’s ex could face chargesA ROYAL Commission into trade unions has recommended Julia Gillard’s ex-boyfriend Bruce Wilson and his alleged accomplice in a slush fund set up be referred to prosecutors.
Daily Telegraph on December 19, 2014Also reported by •The Advertiser

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