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Attacks ramp up

The head of the Royal Commission into Union Corruption is allowing others to decide his fate, calling for submissions on why he should go. 

Dyson Heydon admits he overlooked links to the Liberal party when he accepted an invitation to speak at one of their events.

Adam Shand spoke with Macquarie Radio Political Editor Michael Pachi about the Royal Commission into Union Corruption, the same-sex marriage bill and the Ipsos poll. 

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