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BoM forced to defend against One Nation’s claims it’s promoting climate change narrative

SBS Monday, 21 October 2019
The head of Australia's weather agency has fended off questions from One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts suggesting the bureau changed data to fit a climate change narrative.

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