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Malcolm Turnbull: PM battles cabinet rebellion over leadership These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Malcolm Turnbull is fighting to retain leadership of his party Ten government ministers in Australia have offered to resign following a failed bid to oust Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull as party leader. Mr Turnbull narrowly won an internal party leadership vote on Tuesday but is now likely to face a second challenge. He accepted the resignation of his challenger, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, and one other minister. Mr Turnbull is under pressure because of a long run of poor polling and a divisive energy policy. His centre-right coalition will face a general election by May next year, after recently losing a key by-election in Queensland. Aside from Mr Dutton, those who offered resignations included three senior ministers in Mr Turnbull’s 23-member cabinet, Australian media reported. The opposition Labor party has accused the government of being in “chaos”. Image caption Peter Dutton has said he could still have a chance at taking the leadership from Mr Turnbull Now on the backbench, Mr Dutton has said he is still actively campaigning for the leadership and has lobbied other MPs for their support in a second vote. “You do not go into a ballot believing that you can lose and if I believe that a majority of colleagues support me then I would consider my position,” he told radio station 3AW.
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The boards follow the news, interview the candidates and form an institutional opinion — with which you may disagree. “Of the five Democrats on the Aug. 28 ballot, Greene is the game changer, not just because he promises to spend the money needed to ensure he and other Democrats win, but because he has the know-how, confidence and connections to get good things done…His main focus is public education, starting with early learning, which is so essential to long-term success.” “He will be an assertive and clear-eyed leader for South Florida. But, statewide, Floridians can have confidence that Levine will be their governor, too…As mayor, he pushed through an increase in the minimum wage, remade a tainted police department, hiring a new chief, installing body cameras on officer and revising the department’s use-of-force policy that had led to the unjust targeting of minorities.” “The Post endorses Graham for her principled, pragmatic approach that will be indispensable in working with a Republican-dominated Legislature to produce laws and policy that work for all Floridians. But as Graham, 55, proved during her term as a North Florida congresswoman, she is no shrinking violet…As important, however, for Democrats in November is the fact that Graham can win.” “Graham and the other candidates in the Democratic primary are pitching similar themes…The key difference is that Graham takes the most practical approach. Instead of promising teachers $10,000 raises, she pledges to gradually raise salaries until they reach at least the national average. While other candidates want to legalize and tax recreational marijuana, Graham would decriminalize it but not fully legalize it. She has not made unrealistic promises other candidates have made…” “Putnam has the statewide network needed to get people to the polls. He has a long and successful record in elective public office, including state office.
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