The Mcleod report into Zed’s timesheets in full

By 11 April, 2012 8

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Shane Rattenbury’s office has sent over a media cleared copy of the “Report of the independent workplace audit of staffing arrangements in the office of the Leader of the Opposition for the period 2009 to 2012″.

Last night Liberal Leader Zed Seselja was expressing considerable satisfaction from the findings.

Now you can judge.

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8 Responses to The Mcleod report into Zed’s timesheets in full
#1
c_c10:33 am, 11 Apr 12

Media cleared? What, they had to take out all the code words and ACC intercept details?

#2
madamcholet1:30 pm, 11 Apr 12

The report says that overall it supported the view of Mr Faulkner….in lieu of any other evidence they have taken his word. If the Government or the Greens had any other evidence then surely the findings would have been different.

I agree with what was said on 666 ABC this morning in that it’s not going to really be remembered in six months time at the election, and for me personally I feel it’s all been a waste of time on the part of the Government and too early an attempt to increase suspicion of the opposition.

Doesn’t every voter want their Government to stand on their own merit? Policies Katie and Zed please.

#3
I-filed2:57 pm, 11 Apr 12

In the spirit of Katie Gallagher’s federal colleagues’ outrageous support of Craig Thomson, frankly I’m inclined to let this, way lesser, issue slip past.

#4
Thumper4:57 pm, 11 Apr 12

It’s going to be a really, really dirty election, isn’t it?

#5
c_c5:16 pm, 11 Apr 12

It’s going to be a very dirty election campaign at this rate, which is moronic because there’s no need for it to be.

If Labor plays it’s cards right, it can jettison the Stanhope era trash while still scoring points off the achievements of that era. They swapped leadership early and smoothly enough to be able to do that.

Add to that the Libs are useless as always and the swing in the community is definitely against the Greens, they even stand a good chance of regaining government in their own right.

But no, they’re going to sling mud. It’s the Labor way these days. They sling mud, the Libs just say no, and we’re all poorer for it.

#6
PantsMan7:26 am, 12 Apr 12

Where did the Canberra Times get the details of an embargoed report from? The speaker, presumably, was the only person who had it? And why was their front page splash so unreflective of the essence of the report’s findings? Did someone only leak selectively to make sure the front page splash was negative for Zed?

#7
p19:09 am, 12 Apr 12

I think Zed could only come out of this a winner. The biggest advantage the Labor hacks had was that at least the public knew who they were. As this has dragged on, the only measurable result is that more people then ever know Zed exists. If he could add having a policy or two to that, the election would be a lock.

#8
dungfungus9:53 am, 12 Apr 12

PantsMan said :

Where did the Canberra Times get the details of an embargoed report from? The speaker, presumably, was the only person who had it? And why was their front page splash so unreflective of the essence of the report’s findings? Did someone only leak selectively to make sure the front page splash was negative for Zed?

You have answered your own question.

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