Chris Minns to contest NSW Labor leadership against Michael Daley

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Breaking: The contest to be the next Labor leader is set to be a race between two candidates

 

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It would be nice to have some fresh blood with fresh ideas as the leader of a NSW political party. Conservatives from all sides of NSW politics are really holding this state from being better than it is. I wish Mr Minns all the best but I know I'll be disappointed all the same.

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