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  1. melbournegirlinny

    Hung Parliament

    Looks like at the moment they are saying that Labor got 72 seats and the Liberal Coalition 73 seats. Nation in limbo as Gillard and Abbott seek support of Independents | The Australian Sandra
  2. kernow43

    Hung Parliament likely?

    The results suggest a hung parliament is likely, with the Tories set to take 290 seats, 10 seats more than Labour. In such a scenario Brown might be able to cling on to power if he could get Lib Dem backing. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article7034960.ece:huh:
  3. From Michael Danby chairman of parliament's joint standing committee on migration. It's better for us to sustain skilled migration. "MY good friend Barry Cohen's combative contribution to the de bate about Australia's population policy (The Australian, February 2) is a reaction to the debatable claims that Australia's population will grow to 35 million by 2050. He supports those who argue that we should cut back our migration rate in the interests of our stressed environment and our strained infrastructure.........Migration contributes enormously to our economic growth ......Migration has been of great benefit to Australia in the past, and if we are smart it will go on benefiting us in the future. " Finally some sensible news coming out.....
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