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  • And the UK doesn't require the GRE. davideggleton Haha, Chelsea Clinton didn't know what title Kevin Rudd has.

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  • Tony Abbott calls Kevin Rudd's bluff on wild rivers TONY Abbott has challenged Kevin Rudd to use the promise he made in delivering the national apology to the Stolen Generations two years ago to overturn the Queensland government's Wild Rivers legislation.

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  • "To paraphrase Kevin Rudd, he had a gold medal year on boat arrivals in 2009-10," Mr Morrison said.

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  • "To paraphrase Kevin Rudd, he had a gold medal year on boat arrivals in 2009-10," Mr Morrison said.

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  • Corey: I agree Bush, I believe Russia should be a major focus, but unfortunately the powers that be don't think so - except for the RLEF (namely Kevin Rudd, not our PM but the other one).

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  • Corey: I agree Bush, I believe Russia should be a major focus, but unfortunately the powers that be don't think so - except for the RLEF (namely Kevin Rudd, not our PM but the other one).

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  • "To paraphrase Kevin Rudd, he had a gold medal year on boat arrivals in 2009-10," Mr Morrison said.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Tony Abbott calls Kevin Rudd's bluff on wild rivers TONY Abbott has challenged Kevin Rudd to use the promise he made in delivering the national apology to the Stolen Generations two years ago to overturn the Queensland government's Wild Rivers legislation.

    The Australian | News |

  • Opposition leader Malcolm Turnbull today labelled Kevin Rudd's planned National Broadband Network (NBN) corporation a "second Telstra", saying there was no evidence the mooted $43 billion investment would provide a commercial return.

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  • Opposition leader Malcolm Turnbull today labelled Kevin Rudd's planned National Broadband Network (NBN) corporation a "second Telstra", saying there was no evidence the mooted $43 billion investment would provide a commercial return.

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