Shorten urges Australia to vote for change
Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Labor leader Bill
Shorten will urge Australians to "vote for change" in his final major address before polls close.
Credit: Reuters - Politics - Published
on May 14, 2019 < > Embed
Once trumpeted as a local boy with Australia's top job, Tony Abbott is now facing a shift in the political tide in Warringah, the former leader's electorate. It's a window into a bigger shift across Australia, as the conservative government sees resistance from voters who want more action on climate... "Time's up Tony": a change of tide in Australia's election 02:36
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