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Perfect storm brewing for Coalition that lacks coherent policyIf the drought persists and water restrictions hit the capitals then the Coalition will be in the same position as John Howard in 2007.
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Non-lawyers should be barred from AAT, former High Court judge saysThe Administrative Appeals Tribunal has been a source of controversy in recent years and the Coalition has come under fire over a recent spate of Liberal Party-linked appointments.
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