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Speech at the Albany Convoy Commemorations - John Key

Rt Hon John Key

Prime Minister

1 November 2014

Speech Notes

Albany Convoy Commemorations

Commemorative Address,

Albany, Western Australia

Your Excellency the Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove,

Prime Minister Tony Abbott,

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