Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Bill Shorten

Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. William Richard Bill Shorten (born 12 May 1967) is an Australian politician, the Member for Maribyrnong in the Australian Parliament, Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, and Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation. 5.0/5

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Federal Member for Bendigo, Steve Gibbons, has hit out at his ALP colleague Bill Shorten, for Shorten's switch of support from former Prime Minister Julia Gillard to Kevin Rudd. Yesterday, Gibbons - Gibbons hits out at Shorten; says rumoured caucus petition
Bill Shorten has thrown support behing Rudd and will resign if Gillard, oops sorry, The Honorable Prime Minist Julia Gillard, wins the ballot.
Bill Shorten gauges support as MPs query Prime Minister Julia Gillard's tactics EXCLUSIVE BY SIMON BENSON THE DAILY TELEGRAPH JUNE 13, 2013 12:00AM LABOR powerbroker Bill Shorten hit the phones over the past few days to test the waters on Julia Gillard's leadership, in a sign her backers are concerned her hold on the job could be weakening. While the Workplace Relations Minister declared his support for the PM yesterday, two Labor MPs confirmed he had called them to gauge their support for Ms Gillard. They said Mr Shorten had not lobbied them either way but had asked whether they still supported the PM or wanted a return to Kevin Rudd. Mr Shorten himself has been flooded with calls from MPs seeking guidance or to pledge support since weekend reports that his own support for Ms Gillard had softened. Meanwhile, Ms Gillard's attack on the Coalition over a misogynistic menu appeared to backfire last night when the restaurateur revealed he penned the offensive words - and did not present them at the Liberal fu ...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she will certainly be leading Labor through to the next election and has described leadership speculation as wasted breath. Facing down the rumours swirling around her leadership this morning, Ms Gillard declared that I am the best person to lead the Labor Party and...
Northern Territory Senator Trish Crossin says Kevin Rudd would give the Australian Labor Party the best chance of staying in government. She says she does not think voters are listening to the Federal Government under Prime Minister Julia Gillard's leadership.
Here's a prediction from my crystal ball . In view of Labor's defeat in the West Australian Election you will see Prime Minister Julia Gillard replaced with Bill Shorten who will then call a snap election almost immediately. . I personally hope Julia lasts as leader until the Federal Election in Summer so we can see History being made by seeing the biggest defeat of a Political party in the History of Australia. Not one Green elected in yesterdays State election Hopefully the same in the Fed Election
Congratulations to those who made Capital Circle's list of best and worst of 2012 politics. Where would we be without them? And the winners are... The Usain Bolt Award goes to Christopher Pyne, for his rapid and undignified exit from the chamber to cancel Craig Thomson's tainted vote. Special mention for Tony Abbott, who tried but failed to beat Pyne out the door. The VRC Amateur Race Call Award goes to Greg Combet, for his Melbourne Cup inspired form guide to the Coalition front bench. The No Brainer of the Year Award goes to Joe Ludwig's department for urging him to "express shock" at footage of Australian cattle being mistreated in Indonesia. The Battlers' Friend Award, sponsored by Four 'n' Twenty, goes to Bill Shorten for his run in with Milk Bar owner Annie Huang. Shorten also wins The Cabinet Solidarity Award, for his unwavering support for Prime Minister Julia Gillard, whatever she said. The Unnatural Love Award goes to Cory Bernardi for his suggestion that *** marriage could be a prelude to "cons ...
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