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But they’re not honourable…

24 January 2017

2:22 PM

24 January 2017

2:22 PM

RepsThe Honourable Andrew Fisher, prime minister on three occasions between 1908 and 1915, was one of the very few politicians who lived up to his honourable title.

To show Fisher’s integrity, his son James recounted an incident in a letter written in 1987:

As an example of his ingrained honesty — surely a rare quality in a politician — I can only relate what my brother used to tell us.

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