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Sink or swim: why Barnaby Joyce has to accept net zero
11 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce has to keep his Nationals party room happy. But he also has to keep the Coalition in government. Otherwise he's just a rebel with a lost cause.
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