Stott Despoja

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John Coulter (politician)
... Natasha Stott Despoja was appointed as his replacement three days later, having earlier been employed by him as a researcher ... He believed Stott Despoja would make a better leader, and was working towards that goal, which she in fact attained in April 2001 ... election, Coulter resigned from the party because he believed Stott Despoja had reduced internal party democracy ...
Meg Lees - Leadership of The Australian Democrats
... chosen as Kernot's replacement in December, with Natasha Stott Despoja becoming her deputy ... Stott Despoja stated that she was unhappy with the outcome, particularly the GST on books ... Both Stott Despoja and Queensland Senator Andrew Bartlett would ultimately cross the floor to vote against the GST package ...
Piers Akerman - Controversies - Alleged Assault Threat
... to assault the literary editor of The Advertiser, Shirley Stott Despoja ... bench of the Supreme Court where the newspaper appealed against Stott Despoja's successful worker's compensation claim for stress-related sick leave pay ... Stott Despoja alleged "I was physically threatened by the editor while alone with him in an office in a dispute over my work." The appeal by The Advertiser was dismissed and Stott Despoja won her $4000 ...

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