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#BREAKING Tony Abbott has survived. The Liberal Party room voted against a leadership spill motion. The numbers: 39 voted for the motion, 61 voted against.
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It's better that they keep Abbott and go to the next election. The Prime Ministership is not a game of musical chairs.

Besides it didn't work for Labor, why would it work for the Liberals.

Leave Abbott in and let the Australian people kick him out at the next election. 
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The Prime Minister continues to dig in amid swirling leadership speculation saying that he is 'very confident' that he will remain in his job, despite a loyalist turning on him: http://ow.ly/Iw0g0 
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The law should change. If the leader fails then the whole government fails as well and a election should be called.
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Have visitors coming to town - or visiting Melbourne yourself? Here's our quick guide to the best things to see and do that are a bit off the beaten track: http://ow.ly/HBlfb 
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Forty sex assault charges and accessory to murder: How was this man free on bail? http://ow.ly/FXqBI 
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Your comments Tracey Asquith beggar belief.
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Independent senator Nick Xenophon hopes his new political party "NXT" will improve the "toxic partisan disconnect" between politicians and voters. http://bit.ly/1CTAOBa
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Independents generally have a very narrow range of interests they appeal to. And they have to do a deal with major parties or factions to pass their bullshit through. So we're back to square one. I know what to expect from anyone that stands before a camera and promises change - Fuck-all.
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ICYMI: Today host Karl Stefanovic has continued his attack on the Abbott government, laying into education minister Christopher Pyne.
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As John Howard pointed out to a second rate actress.
When he went to university he did via a scholarship, just like 70% of university students.
When In office pm Hawke, another scholarship recipient, realised it was costing more than the federal government could afford.
Should be like the usa, the moment a child is born parents, grandparents etc start an account to save for that child's college (university) education.
The companies in the us also have many scholarships set up to help "underprivileged" and "low income" students a full college (university) education.
Gough "Witless" Whitlam did virtually nothing for this country except record high unemployment and record interest home rates.
He didn't bring the "troops home" either that was the previous government.
Obviously "free" education was wasted on you.
You w⚓.
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The Bachelor's Blake Garvey has revealed he was suffering from anxiety and couldn't eat or sleep in the weeks after the reality show's dramatic conclusion, and felt powerless when he was cast as "the most hated man in Australia": http://ow.ly/Iw0TH 
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We all make mistakes in life and chose and make wrong choices..
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Yum! 10 great summer salads from Jill Dupleix: http://ow.ly/HB5UM
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The two hostages killed during the #SydneySiege were barrister and mother of three Katrina Dawson, 38, and Tori Johnson, 34, the manager of the Lindt Chocolat Cafe.http://ow.ly/FXqI2 
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True. It happens in Syria, Iraq and Afganistan as well.
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A huge sinkhole opened up in Port Melbourne this morning, swallowing several cars! bit.ly/1uPG93w
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Did they ended up in Alaska? 
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There's speculation this morning that there's a push to replace Joe Hockey with Malcolm Turnbull as federal treasurer. 

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He doesn't believe in Abbotts national semaphore network. But he sells it. Probably doesn't believe in Abbotts economic idiocy he will seĺl that too. Turnbull used to have a soul. I think Abbott bought it.
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Raw footage shot on a mobile phone of this morning's fire at Docklands. Here's the full video: http://bit.ly/1y6DG8f
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