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‘Mean Girls’ will shape the next election

28 March 2022

12:00 PM

28 March 2022

12:00 PM

Liberals are basking in schadenfreude after allegations of bullying were levelled at Labor’s Senate leadership team of Penny Wong, Katy Gallagher, and Kristina Keneally by supporters of deceased Labor Senator Kimberley Kitching. Allegations that those named continue to stringently deny.

They’re prosecuting the case in the media as a get square against Labor which has run a sustained campaign about the Coalition’s alleged bullying and woman problems.

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