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PUP probe rains on Newman holiday?

Amy Remeikis reports in the Brisbane Times (30.9.14) that ‘Clive Palmer has succeeded in his historic bid to establish a Senate inquiry into the Queensland state government after the Greens decided to support him in exchange for support for environmental protections.’

Daniel Hirst reports in The Guardian (1.10.14) that ‘Clive Palmer has succeeded in launching an extraordinary Senate inquiry focusing on Queensland’s Newman government, prompting a warning from the Coalition that “what goes around comes around”.’

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