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I think prime ministers, I actually think Cabinet ministers should be subject to intense scrutiny, I think that's in the public interest, even if some of the allegations made aren't right and so on, and they have to correct the record, it doesn't matter.
Sheik Hilaly is making a good contribution. He is making a good contribution.
The protection of human rights to promote the dignity of the individual is too important a matter for symbolic gestures alone. It is only through the pursuit of practical and effective efforts to promote human rights that we show our real commitment to the welfare of individuals and society.
I hate to spoil my own prospects, but I really don't respect the kiss-and-tell approach to public life at all, not at all.
Well, I'm not going to go into what the letter says, because the police are looking at that. But as you say it's in Bahasa. But of course that's not to suggest that the letter came from outside of Australia. It came from in Australia. It came from Victoria.
So this is all part of a free society.
People are entitled to hold whatever view they want, and the media can report things how they wish.
Well goodness knows, goodness knows what historians will write.
I think any good government will target on the finishing date, that is, the polling day and make sure that their strategy is strong and in place to get them successfully re-elected.
I'm not terribly focused on whether I even could ever become the Leader of the Liberal Party or the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in the future.
Yes, I don't think I shall ever become Prime Minister.
Hard as that is to swallow, I tell you one person who is very happy always to see me say that, and that's my wife.
Well, it's a - I don't want to disappoint you, but it's a time worn tradition of Australian Governments over many years not to get into any discussion about that aspect of intelligence matters.
Yeah, well I'm not aspiring to be the Prime Minister.
Well people often ask me how I felt growing up with a father who was a politician and who was often away. But when I'm asked that question I often reflect on my inability really to be able to answer it in any relative sense because I never grew up with a father doing anything else. So I just have no idea what it would be like otherwise.
If people are concerned about my house and where I live again it's much more of a reflection on them than it is on me.
My father had the same name as me but he was known as Alec.