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Tuesday, 9 June 1970


Mr BRYANT (Wills) - I want to make my peace with the honourable member for Deakin (Mr Jarman). On 22nd May he had a few words to say about me which, of course, were in serious error. But I am reported on page 2687 of Hansard as having said:

I do not like the honourable member for Deakin.

That would not be the way I would have put it. I would have said: T do not, like the honourable member for Deakin, care if the newspaper prints half a million copies each day.' We were talking about the Melbourne 'Herald'. I want to make it quite clear that the statement '1 do not like the honourable member for Deakin' is quite wrong. As a Socialist I love everybody. It just happens that there are a lot of people who need correction. As far as the honourable member for Deakin is concerned, I like him all right but I do not like him being the member for Deakin.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

House adjourned at 12.10 a.m. (Wednesday)







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