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burning down the house

29 March, 2010
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Mrs C.A. MARTIN: […] When we were in government, we gave the opposition information because we were nice—some days!

Mr R.F. Johnson: I think we will disagree on that!

Mrs C.A. MARTIN: I beg your pardon. I never used to pick on you!

Mr R.F. Johnson: What I am saying is that there is more —

Mrs C.A. MARTIN: We used to be smoking buddies before we gave up.

Mr R.F. Johnson: Yes, in the bad old days! We have given more information than we received in opposition.

Mr P.B. Watson interjected.

Mrs C.A. MARTIN: Excuse me!

Mr P.B. Watson: I was talking to him.

Mrs C.A. MARTIN: I do not care, baby. The member should not use that term in the chamber. It is unparliamentary—unless I say it or unless I am heckling!

Subject: Treasurer’s Advance Authorisation Bill 2010 [Legislative Assembly – Second Reading]

Date: 16 March 2010

Hansard reference: pp. 712-713 [online (pdf)]

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