Canadian solution to cap political patronage

Sep 15th, 2008 | By David Harper | Category: Opinion

Glenn Milne: The tawdry end point of Matt Brown’s political career may yet yield some political and social good. Brown, the first casualty in what was meant to be the “new” Labor Government in NSW led by Nathan Rees, was sacked three days into his job as police minister after lying to Rees, the newly installed Premier, about a drunken party in his Parliament House office where he performed a dance routine stripped down to his underpants.

The precise roles of a Chesterfield couch and a female colleague as props remain a matter of debate, but you get the picture.

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