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'Self-incrimination': Senator Cash's former staffer declines to give AWU evidence

SBS Thursday, 14 February 2019 ()
'Self-incrimination': Senator Cash's former staffer declines to give AWU evidenceLiberal frontbencher Michaelia Cash has continued to refuse to comment on evidence in the AWU raids court case until she appears.
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