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The Red Tea Detox

Opposition chief Luke Foley says he shouldn’t need to show his innocence and doesn’t need to see parliament be a “race to the underside” as he was once more pressured to deal with accusations of harassment.

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Mr Foley has been underneath stress for nearly a fortnight after Corrective Providers Minister David Elliott used parliamentary privilege to allege the Opposition chief had harassed an ABC reporter whereas drunk.

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“All we’ve is a smear by Mr Elliott underneath…

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