Tony Abbott and sister’s gay marriage row goes public – BBC News


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Tony Abbott and sister's gay marriage row goes public
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We have no inside information on Christmas moods at the home of these Australian siblings and party colleagues but we can't imagine the conversation over the prawns and mango stays festive and airy when the topic of same-sex marriage comes up.
Christine Forster responds to brother Tony Abbott's 'vote no' campaign on same-sex marriageNEWS.com.au
Abbott 'outsiders' argument pollutes same-sex marriage debateThe Australian
Gay marriage vote is not being PC: Govt MPSky News Australia
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