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Wednesday, 30 August 1972
Page: 979


Mr ARMITAGE (Chifley) - It is quite obvious that the honourable member for Mitchell (Mr Irwin) has a deep resentment, almost to the extent of a psychotic resentment, of my return to this Parliament. Ever since I came back to this Parliament I have displayed as much tolerance, as much patience and as much charity towards him, out of respect for his very great age, as I could. However, there comes a time when one's patience is exhausted, particularly when statements of the type he made are made in the cowardice of the protection of this Parliament, not outside it.


Mr Irwin - It is said outside the Parliament. You know this. Why don't you take action?







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