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Federal Election 2019 Leaders Debate LIVE: Bill Shorten, Scott Morrison go head-to-head in Canberra

The Age Wednesday, 8 May 2019
For their third debate, less than two weeks out from the election, the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader meet at the National Press Club.
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison was hit on the head with an egg on Tuesday, May 7, at an event in Albury, New South Wales, ahead of the federal election on May 18. This footage, shot by a Sky News reporter, shows the moment the egg bounces off the Prime Minister’s head. The egg did not...

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