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ABC political interference: Michelle Guthrie and Justin Milne appear before Senate committee

The Age Thursday, 29 November 2018
ABC political interference: Michelle Guthrie and Justin Milne appear before Senate committeeFormer ABC managing director MIchelle Guthrie and former chairman Justin Milne face questioning from a parliamentary committee on about allegations of political interference in the public broadcaster.
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