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Clive Palmer negotiates Queensland ‘corruption inquiry’

The Guardian (4.9.14) reports that part of the deal negotiated by Clive Palmer in exchange for supporting the abolition of the mining tax was the establishment of an inquiry into ‘the alleged rorting and corruption in the Queensland government. … Labor sources said the party would back an inquiry by Palmer – who is in bitter business, legal and political disputes with the Queensland government – into the commonwealth government’s payments and relationships with the state government.’

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