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Barnaby Joyce citizenship: Email that could bring down the deputy PM was sent on August 7, at 12.31pm

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 14 August 2017 ()
Barnaby Joyce's troubles started one week ago when Fairfax Media contacted his office with a series of detailed questions.
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News video: Deputy PM 'May Be' New Zealand Citizen, Prompting Questions on Parliament Eligibility

Deputy PM 'May Be' New Zealand Citizen, Prompting Questions on Parliament Eligibility 01:57

Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce addressed parliament on Monday morning, August 14, advising the House that he received information from the New Zealand High Commission that he ‘may be’ a New Zealand citizen.Joyce’s admission comes weeks after Greens senators...

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