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Claims of bullying, threats after “embarrassing” ALP conference

Liam Bartlett

WA Labor remains publicly divided this morning, following a weekend of turmoil at the party’s State Conference, which saw right-leaning members walk-out on a number of key issues.

The Transport Workers Union’s Tim Dawson told Gareth Parker, there is a clear split within the party as factions jockey for power, resulting in bullying and threats.

Photo courtesy WAToday.com.au

Labor Member for Perth, Patrick Gorman then joined Gareth Parker in the studio to explain why he sparked the chaos, by attempting to disqualify a delegate from an opposing faction.

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