Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Treasurer Wayne Swan

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. 3.0/5

Prime Minister Julia Gillard Treasurer Wayne Swan Wayne Swan Prime Minister Government House Julia Roberts Kim Beazley Prime Minister John Howard Kevin Rudd Ms Gillard Rio Tinto

FEDERAL Treasurer Wayne Swan and Prime Minister Julia Gillard have hit the airwaves and TV shows ... via
Gathered on one side of the cabinet table were the newly-installed Prime Minister Julia Gillard, her Treasurer Wayne Swan and her Resources Minister Martin Ferguson. On the other were the heads of Australia's three big mining companies: BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Xstrata.
US diplomats monitored the progress of Gillard Philip Dorling December 9, 2010 US DIPLOMATS closely followed the rise of Prime Minister Julia Gillard, applauded her shedding of past Labor Left allegiances and confidently predicted she would be the next Prime Minister more than eight months before she deposed Kevin Rudd as federal Labor leader. Secret United States embassy cables obtained by WikiLeaks and provided to The Age reveal US diplomats in Canberra paid close attention to Ms Gillard, identifying her at an early stage as the ''rising star'' of the Rudd Labor government, rapidly outshining Treasurer Wayne Swan and all others. Although an early report by ambassador Robert McCallum noted Ms Gillard was ''a loyal and competent deputy'' to Mr Rudd, US diplomats had no doubt about the full extent of her political ambitions and as early as June 2008 declared her the ''front-runner'' to replace Mr Rudd as Labor leader, a goal she would achieve two years later. Advertisement: Story continues below In this co ...
A SUPER SLUG WILL BATTER LABOR by Robert Gottliebsen Before they introduce an unfair tax on people struggling to fund their own retirement via superannuation, Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Treasurer Wayne Swan should study the lessons of history. And, if they will listen to him, Resources Minister Martin Ferguson can explain to Gillard and Swan what happened in 1998 when the Labor Party made a similar mistake. I remember talking to Martin a few weeks after the 1998 election, which saw a huge swing to the ALP as Kim Beazley ran against Prime Minister John Howard on the issue of the GST. Howard won and we now have a GST. But Ferguson explained that when the ALP researched the results of the many very close seats that they lost, the party officials found they would have won them – and the 1998 election – but for a savings policy they took to the election. Kim Beazley declared that if the ALP won they would scrap the grandfathering of the “no capital gains tax” on assets acquired prior to 1983. Whe ...
In Melbourne an old priest lay dying in the hospital. For years he had faithfully served the people of the Victoria. He motioned for his nurse to come near. "Yes, Father?" said the nurse. "I would really like to see the Prime Minister and the Treasurer before I die", whispered the priest. "I'll see what I can do, Father", replied the nurse. The nurse sent the request to Government House and waited for a response. Soon the word arrived; Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Treasurer Wayne Swan would be delighted to visit the priest. As they went to the hospital, Julia commented to Wayne, "I don't know why the old priest wants to see us, but it will certainly help our images and might even get me re-elected Prime Minister. After all, I'm IN IT TO WIN IT". Wayne Swan enthusiastically agreed that they were on a good thing. When they arrived at the priest's room, the priest took Juila's hand in his right hand and Wayne's hand in his left. There was silence and a look of serenity on the old priest's face. Finally J ...
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