1. Prime Minister Tony Abbott's stated goal for these visits was to familiarise himself with indigenous issues.
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3. Prime Minister Tony Abbott supported Peter Dutton calls to treat white South African farmers, who are sometimes targets of attacks, as refugees.
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21. Prime Minister Tony Abbott repeatedly spoke of his admiration for Pearson, and in March 2010, introduced the Wild Rivers Bill to Parliament in support of Pearson's campaign to overturn the Queensland government's Wild Rivers legislation.
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22. In 2013, Prime Minister Tony Abbott stated on 3AW that if his sister Christine Forster were to have a marriage ceremony with her partner Virginia he would attend.
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25. Prime Minister Tony Abbott proposed blocking the government's ETS in the Senate whereas Turnbull sought to amend the bill which the majority of the Liberal Party did not support.
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26. On 1 December 2009, Prime Minister Tony Abbott was elected to the position of Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia over Turnbull and Shadow Treasurer Joe Hockey.
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29. Prime Minister Tony Abbott introduced the Medicare Safety Net to cap the annual out-of-pocket costs of Medicare cardholders to a maximum amount.
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31. Prime Minister Tony Abbott was one of the leading voices within the party campaigning for the successful "No" vote, pitting him against future parliamentary colleague and leading republican Malcolm Turnbull.
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42. Prime Minister Tony Abbott organised rallies in support of Governor-General John Kerr after he dismissed the Whitlam Government in November 1975, as well as a pro-Falklands War demonstration during his time at Oxford.
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43. Prime Minister Tony Abbott graduated with a Bachelor of Economics in 1979 and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in 1981 from the University of Sydney.
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44. Prime Minister Tony Abbott's immigrated to Australia from the Netherlands in 1912 with her five-year-old son, Anthony Bredschneijder.
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46. Prime Minister Tony Abbott led the Coalition at the 2010 election, which resulted in a hung parliament.
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