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For whom the polls bell

The Age Thursday, 25 October 2018
For whom the polls bellEach inmate costs around $127,000 a year, which means you could put them in lovely rooms at the Windsor Hotel with $50 per day for food plus enough left over for a weekly dash at their excellent high tea, including yummy ribbon sandwiches and a glass of (non-vintage) French bubbles.
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