Rank and file Labor party members might vote in our Opposition Leader

(Image by the ABC.)

Within weeks of Kevin Rudd being reinstated as Prime Minister in June, he was making changes to the way the Australian Labor Party elected their parliamentary leader. The changes make it’s unlikely a party leader will ever be ousted the way he was. Now these changes might affect the way the Labor Party chooses the new Opposition Leader, and speculation on who will take up the challenge is rife.

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