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Flat White

Labor can still steal this election

20 June 2016

12:00 PM

20 June 2016

12:00 PM

Less than a fortnight from polling day, the latest national Newspoll has the Coalition and Labor at 50:50, while Newspolls of a clutch of marginal seats over the weekend have the Coalition hanging on or at level pegging in most of them.

Labor launched its campaign on Sunday, with Bill Shorten flanked by his frontbench and fawning over the three former PMs in the front row – Bob Hawke, Julia Gillard and Paul Keating on a rare unity ticket (luckily Kevin Rudd conveniently had another engagement).

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