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Sir,—When speaking to the Australian Development Assistance Agency Bill, Mr Andrew Peacock attacked the then ...Article : 374 words
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Sir,—Your correspondent Warwick Vance of Holt (Letters, January 19) misrepresents me by misquoting me as saying ...Article : 222 words
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