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Labor leader concedes cannot win Australian election

Reuters India Saturday, 18 May 2019
Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten said late on Saturday evening that the Labor Party would not be able to form government and he had called conservative Prime Minister Scott Morrison to congratulate him on the election result.
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According to Reuters, Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten said lthat the Labor Party would not be able to form government and he had called conservative Prime Minister Scott Morrison to congratulate him on the election result. The coalition government is in position to win the national election...

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