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'Kicked out on the spot': Why Australia has so many leadership spills

Brisbane Times Saturday, 1 September 2018
'Kicked out on the spot': Why Australia has so many leadership spillsCompared to other Westminster system countries, Australia is the easiest place to depose a sitting PM, according to political experts.
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