'P' plate lets Bishop have little licence

Riordan, Primrose
July 2015
Australian Financial Review (0404-2018);7/22/2015, p4
The article reports that Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has warned Bronwyn Bishop, the House speaker who allegedly took a 5,227 dollar helicopter charter flight to a Liberal Party fundraiser, to avoid making errors with expenses and entitlements or risk losing her job.


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