Remember this story? The one that had legs?
Well, they are off now at a good canter.
A retired partner from the law firm in question has set the cat among the pigeons......
Nick Styant-Browne, a former equity partner of the firm, broke a 17-year
silence yesterday to reveal that the firm’s probe included a
confidential formal interview with the Prime Minister - then an
industrial lawyer - on September 11, 1995, which was “recorded and
In the interview, Ms Gillard stated that she could not categorically
rule out that she had personally benefited from union funds in the
renovation of her Melbourne house, according to Mr Styant-Browne.
...... and it can now only be a short time before the little red wood pecker goes down.
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