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NSW Labor leader caught on camera claiming foreigners taking young people's jobs

SBS Monday, 18 March 2019
NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has been captured on video claiming young people were leaving Sydney and being replaced by foreigners who were "moving in and taking their jobs".
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