... will Mark get his marching orders?

Daley, Paul
October 2004
Bulletin with Newsweek;10/12/2004, Vol. 122 Issue 6442, p25
This article presents information related to elections in Australia in 2004. After winning the Labor leadership late last year Australian politician, Mark Latham quickly made it plain he did not have an incremental, two-term strategy to win government. The contest, he told his colleagues, was here and now and he would be aiming to win the extra 13 seats needed to win government whether Australian politician John Howard announced the election or not. If Latham brings Labor, he'll have done so from an exceedingly low base. Politician Simon Crean was not going to win an election for Labor and for politician Kim Beazley, two losses on the hop, was anything but a sure bet.


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