A 'gutless' approach to the upcoming by elections?

A 'gutless' approach to the upcoming by elections?

Liberals run scared in by elections?

2UE Video Editorial: John Stanley & Garry Linnell are puzzled over the Liberals running scared in upcoming by elections and not running candidates. Is it a gutless move by the government? Have Your Say!

Joe Hockey: Let them eat cake?

Joe Hockey hands down his first federal budget Budget Backlash: Moves to make changes to the budget as the fallout continues on Joe Hockey. Graham Richardson with John Stanley & Garry Linnell discusses whether the Treasurer is a dead man walking.

Warnings following attacks at night

Are police losing the war on gun crime? Sydney Attacks: Safety concerns are being raised over the lack of lighting in public areas following several attacks across Sydney. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the warnings issued to women walking at night.

Liberals face backlash in by elections

NSW Premier Mike Baird facing a voter backlash? By Elections: John Stanley & Garry Linnell with Premier Mike Baird, who has publicly urged the Nationals not to consider contesting the Hunter by-elections in October following the latest corruption scandal.

How do you get on with neighbours?

Sydney suburbs seeing a rise in neighbourhood disputes? 2UE Video Editorial: Everybody needs good neighbours, but we don't always get to know them? John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal how as times change, many of us are no longer aware of who is living next door.

Long war against radical Islam

John & Garry: a long war ahead against radical Islam? 2UE Video Editorial: A photo showing an Australian child holding the head of a decapitated soldier is "beyond belief". John & Garry on the warnings that the west is likely to be fighting radical Islam for 100 years.

We'll fight radical Islam for 100 years

Aussies found fighting in Iraq conflict Outrage: Former army chief Peter Leahy says a photo showing an Australian child holding the head of a decapitated soldier is "beyond belief" and is calling on Islamic community leaders to address the issue.

Ads on our roads a ridiculous idea?

John & Garry: Why ads on our roads is a ridiculous idea? 2UE Video Editorial: Parramatta Council wants to charge $4,000 for spray painted ads around its CBD. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal the ridiculousness of the idea, and why drivers won't see the road ads.

Transurban pay just $3m in taxes

Can you avoid paying the road tolls? Spin Cycle: Our toll roads are operated by Transurban, who it has been revealed have taken $1 billion from Australia's driver, but paid only $3 million in tax. John & Garry with Sue Cato on the spin, lifters and leaners.

Abandoned Gammy & the path ahead

Abandoned Gammy and the path ahead for surrogacy 2UE Video Editorial: The murky areas of surrogacy have been highlighted by the story of abandoned baby Gammy. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the path ahead as more turn to surrogacy and gender selection.

Glasgow Games: no gold rush?

What do you think of the Commonwealth Games uniforms? Games Gold: The Commonwealth Games have come to a close. Are they still relevant? We were warned not to expect a gold rush, but John & Garry ask Sports Minister Peter Dutton if we got our money's worth.

No warning of asteroid catastrophe?

Another asteroid skims past Earth again today What would you do? John & Garry reveal just how precious life is on this tiny planet. Astrophysicist Dr Paul Francis says we'd have only a few hours notice of an asteroid big enough to destroy a city like Sydney.

Scrap the $7 co-payment for GPs?

Health care should be above any user pays principle? Concerns Raised: The Abbott Government says it's open to discussions about the $7 Medicare co-payment after a number of Government MPs raised concerns. John & Garry with Health Minister Peter Dutton.

PM Abbott: struggling for respect?

Why is Tony Abbott still struggling in the polls? 2UE Video Editorial: Tony Abbott is struggling in the polls, and despite his handling of the MH17 crisis, he still hasn't been taken to our hearts. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on what he needs to do, and with a hostile Senate.

Near death experiences all vivid

The vivid experience of being near death Beyond Death: Ever had a near death experience? It seems those who have been through the experience all experience the same thing. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on near-death experiences that are surprisingly vivid.

Cyberspace a playground for teens

How has the internet changed your life? Internet Secrecy: Teenagers are adept at hiding their internet activities from parents. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on how to keep your children safe in the digital space with sexts, texts and selfies author Susan McLean.

PM polls are on the slide?

Prime Minister Tony Abbott Poll Slide: Why hasn't Prime Minister Tony Abbott gained stronger leadership polling from his response to MH17? John Stanley & Garry Linnell with Graham Richardson on the poll slide and the biography of Joe Hockey.

Do we all have psychic connections?

Can humans have accurate premonitions of future events? 2UE Video Editorial: A young victim on MH17 was usually a confident flyer, but had a premonition the plane would crash. John & Garry ask, do you believe humans can have accurate premonitions of future unfolding events?

Home lost to real estate fraudsters

Real Estate in Sydney Real Estate Scam: A recent real estate scam saw a Canberra property sold by fraudsters while the owner was living overseas. Could it happen in Sydney? John Stanley & Garry Linnell with a warning for all home owners.

John & Garry: Let the games begin

John & Garry on reasons for supporting the Commonwealth games 2UE Video Editorial: The Commonwealth Games are underway, & despite the knockers, there are significant benefits for our sports community. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on why we should support the games.

Mortgage war: should you fix?

Foreigners get 1st home owner grant? Mortgage Wars: Australians are being warned against diving in to fixed rate home loans as the banks compete in a price war, slashing five-year rates. John & Garry with Paul Clitheroe and his advice on your mortgage.

MH17: Putin behind the attack?

International investigators arrive to secure MH17 Flight MH17: Former Chief Economic Advisor to Putin, Andrei Illarionov says Putin ordered Russian forces, not rebels, to shoot down MH17. He makes extraordinary claims on the crisis with John Stanley & Garry Linnell.

PUP MPs stripping away pollie spin

The Palmer United Party will hold Senate balance of power 2UE Video Editorial: Jacqui Lambie proves the PUP party will not be boring, nor are they guilty of pollie speak. John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss whether a male MP would get the same questioning, and is it refreshing.

Court delay on Roger Rogerson case

Former detective Roger Rogerson is wanted for questioning. Accused: John & Garry discuss why a Sydney court's heard it'll take some time to complete the case against accused killers Roger Rogerson & Glen McNamara due to delays in the post mortem on their alleged victim.

Jacqui Lambie 'an everyday person'

Senator Jacqui Lambie says she is ‘just an everyday person’ No Script: Jacqui Lambie says she is just an everyday person, despite the title of Senator ahead of her name. John Stanley & Garry Linnell ask if she is an over-sharer, & she lets them know she simply won't be scripted.

The Whisper: lineup to be a Knight?

Would former PM John Howard reject a knighthood? The Whisper: Who should be made a Dame or a Knight? How should it work? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the whipers from Canberra that the line up for the title is long, but the handouts will be limited for the titles.

Why do we need childcare subsidies

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on childcare subsidy changes 2UE Video Editorial: Changes have been flagged for childcare payments with a single means-tested subsidy. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on our age of entitlement, and why we payout subsidies for couples to have children.

Digging up the dirt of George Street

Light rail proposal for George Street in the CBD Light Rail: What's under George street , one of the oldest streets in Sydney. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal how digging up the street for light rail may uncover some of the city's biggest secrets throughout our history.

One single childcare payment change

Time for an overhaul of childcare assistance? Childcare Changes: A single means-tested childcare payment could replace the suite of subsidies already in place, as part of sweeping reforms to the sector. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on changes to a complicated system.

UN unanimous vote on MH17

United Nations vote on ceasefire to retrieve MH17 Unanimous UN Vote: Australia has applauded the unanimous backing of its resolution at the United Nations Security Council calling for full and unrestricted access to the Malaysia Airlines crash site in Ukraine.

Horror scenes from Flight MH17

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the horror of Flight MH17 2UE Video Editorial: The West has been horrified at the vision of flight MH17 and the souls aboard strewn through fields in the Ukraine. John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss the lack of dignity being afforded.

Flight MH 17: bring them home

Prime Minister Tony Abbott attends Mass at St Mary's Flight HM17: Prime Minister Tony Abbott has spoken to Russian President Vladimir Puti overnight. He has renewed calls for the bodies of victims of Flight MH 17 to be handed over to independent investigators immediately.

PM fails to get bounce in polls

Tony Abbott trails Bill Shorten as preferred PM Latest Polls: The scrapping of the carbon tax has failed to give the Coalition a bounce in the polls. Labor's primary vote has jumped 3 points and it leads 54-46 after preferences. Bill Shorten remains preferred PM.

Sydney's weird, wonderful weddings

Sydney's weird and wonderful weddings Cheap Weddings: How much did you pay for your wedding? John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss the demand for McDonald's weddings, which is huge in Hong Kong. What are Sydney's weirdest wedding venues?

One man to blame for MH17 tragedy

John Stanley & Garry Linnell Video Editorial MH 17: John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal who they strongly believe is responsible for the tragedy of flight MH17. What will the ramifications be? 295 people are dead, and one man the world will now hold responsible.

Frustrations getting customer service

What's more frustrating, Sydney traffic or call centre service? 2UE Video Editorial: What is more frustrating, sitting in Sydney traffic attempting to get somewhere, or trying to get service from a call centre? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on frustrations getting decent service.

Western Sydney to pay longer for tolls

Can you avoid paying the road tolls? Tolls: Western Sydney will continue to pay a staggering amount in tolls to get across the city, and for decades to come. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal the inequity of funding roads that serve some suburbs across our city.

Smoking on the decline

More people deciding to quit smoking following plain packaging? Smokers: Plain packaging laws are credited for a big decline in smoking rates. According to the National Drugs Strategy Household Survey the daily smoking rate has fallen from 15.1% in 2010 to 12.8% last year.

Suburbs to get Aboriginal names?

Revert Sydney suburbs to Aboriginal names? Renaming Sydney Suburbs: Many Sydney suburbs have fascinating reasons for their names. John & Garry discuss the proposal for Sydney suburbs to revert to Aboriginal names. What would your suburb be called?

Anger at calls to bring back the cane

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the return of 'the cane' 2UE Video Editorial: Critics are slamming comments from the head of the national curriculum review, backing corporal punishment. John & Garry discuss his views on the cane & school punishment with Michael Carr-Gregg.

Former staffer says Clive was a bully

Is Clive Palmer a bully? Palmer Bullying? Independent senator Nick Xenophon has accused Clive Palmer of bullying and is demanding he apologise. John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss his erratic behavior. Is he a Jekyll & Hyde personality?

Alfred Date: 108 years of wisdom

Do we give enough respect to our elderly? Wise Words: Have we become too focused on our youth, at the expense of our elderly? Do respect their wisdom and grace? John & Garry with 108 year old Alfred Date, Australia's oldest man, and 4th oldest in the world.

Murdoch calls for more immigration?

Do we need to open our borders for more immigration? Increase Immigration: Rupert Murdoch says Australia has an unprecedented opportunity to prosper from its fortunate geography in Asia-Pacific. John & Garry discuss his call to throw-open our doors to immigration.

How can PM work with Clive Palmer?

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on PM working with Clive Palmer 2UE Video Editorial: How do you solve a problem like Clive Palmer? John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveals we are living with an awkward situation and can expect more grand standing. Can the PM work with Palmer Party?

Grant Denyer on Family Feud return

Grant Denyer discusses the return of Family Feud Family Feud Returns: A family favourite on our small screens returns to Channel Ten, Family Feud is back. John Stanley & Garry Linnell with new host Grant Denyer and a few survey says questions for him to answer.

Germany win World Cup 2014

Germany are the winners of the World Cup 2014 World Cup: Celebrations for German soccer fans around the world this morning with their side taking out the Fifa World Cup with a heart stopping win over Aregntina. John Stanley & Garry Linnell with one excited fan.

Ian Thorpe opens up on being gay

Why did it take Ian Thorpe so long to admit he is gay? Thorpie: Why did it take Ian Thorpe so long to reveal he's gay? John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal the swimming legend feared the Australian public's reaction, and that was part of the reason for hiding the fact he's gay.

Dangerous ideas: Honour killings?

Video Editorial: Outcry over the Festival of Dangerous Ideas 2UE Video Editorial: John Stanley & Garry Linnell ask if organisers were looking for publicity when booking a Muslim Speaker to talk about 'honour killings'. They have a few topic subjects for the Festival of Dangerous Ideas.

Red-faced Myer sacks star recruit

Red-faced Myer sacks star recruit HR Disaster: Myer bragged it had snared Andrew Flanagan, a former managing director of a global fast fashion juggernaut company. But as John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal, his CV may not have been all it seemed.

Dangerous ideas festival outcry

Outcry over Festival of Dangerous Ideas cancelled speech Dangerous Ideas: Organisers say they weren't advocating violence, when they booked a Muslim Speaker to talk about 'honour killings' at the Sydney Opera House. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the Festival of Dangerous Ideas.

Garry falls under hypnotist's spell

Hypnosis: can it help you? Hypnosis: Big response to our segment with hypnotherapist Kylie Ryan, who helped Garry kick his caffeine addiction and made him speak like a space alien. Hear the chat and tell us what you think of hypnotherapy.

Time travel to change bail laws

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on time travel and bail laws 2UE Video Editorial: Bail laws and time travel. Would the Attorney General take a trip back in time to undo the changes he made to bail laws? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on what they would do with time travel.

Shock over Peter Greste sentencing

Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed in Egypt prison Global Condemnation: Egypt will be pressured to free Australian journalist Peter Greste after being handed a 7 year sentence for speaking with the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood. John & Garry on the decision.

Older driver fatalities on the rise

Video Editorial: Older driver fatalities are on the rise? 2UE Video Editorial: Police are urging older drivers to stay alert on our roads, with new figures showing fatalities among the age group are on the rise. Drivers aged 60-79 killed in crashes is 33 up from 29 last year.

Coles caught misleading customers

Coles caught misleading customers on fresh bread Misleading Advertising: A court ruled Coles bread not "freshly baked", as claimed in ads. John Stanley & Garry Linnell with consumer advocate Christopher Zinn on clever wording consumers should look out for.

Absurd rules & modern day myths

John & Gary video editorial: absurd rules & modern day myths 2UE Video Editorial: From mobile phone bans at petrol stations to liquid restrictions on planes, the science behind these and many other rules doesn't stack up. John Stanley & Garry Linnell bust a few modern day myths.

Aussies fighting in Iraq conflict

Aussies found fighting in Iraq conflict War in Iraq: The insurgency in Iraq has seen some people return to the country to fight. Should their passports be cancelled? John Stanley & Garry Linnell with Bob Carr who fought for such a move as Foreign Minister.

NSW win State of Origin series

NSW Win State of Origin Series in Game II in Sydney NSW Win: The New South Wales team has confidently won the State of Origin series in Game II as the score line reads 6 to 4 over Queensland. The win heralded by Premier Mike Baird with John & Garry on 2UE.

The sleeping giant of Aussie sport?

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the NSW win in Origin 2UE Video Editorial: A marathon night of sport, with NSW making for a spectacular win in Origin. What did you think of the game? John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal the sleeping giant of our future in Australian sport.

Does the US suffer royal envy?

Does the US suffer from royalty envy? US Royals Envy: From the era of Camelot with the Kennedys, to the era of the Bush and Clinton dynasties. John Stanley & Garry Linnell speak with 2UE Drive announcer Justin Smith who suggest the US has 'royals envy'?

Treasurer: Budget is 'exactly right'

Treasurer Joe Hockey talks tough on handout mentality Polls: Treasurer Joe Hockey is standing by PM Abbott as the latest Newspoll shows a further drop in approval ratings. Polls have fallen another 3 points to 30% while Liberals trail Labor 53-47 two party preferred.

Bail laws put community at risk?

A mum decides to dob in her son for using drugs Bail Laws: It's claimed controversial changes to the Bail Act, which have seen an accused wife-killer freed, are a State Government cost-saving measure. John Stanley & Garry Linnell ask if it places the community at risk?

Who do you support in World Cup?

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the World Cup support 2UE Video Editorial: The World Cup is underway in Brazil. Who do you support? John Stanley & Garry Linnell discuss the outpouring of support for the Socceroos. Is it the only team that Aussies should be supporting?

Handgun ownership on the increase?

Handgun ownership on the increase in Sydney? Taking Up Arms: Western Sydney postcodes make up five of the top 10 postcodes for licensed handgun owners. So why is the West taking up arms? John Stanley and Garry Linnell discuss why we need gun control.

Islamic War: warnings to flee Iraq

Who is behind the uprising in Iraq? War in Middle East: Australia has begun evacuating officials from Iraq as Islamic Militants continue their push towards the capital Baghdad, and post horrific photographs of the massacre of Iraqi troops on twitter and online.

World Cup: Soccer or Football?

The World Cup: Soccer or Football? 2UE Video Editorial: The World Cup is underway in Brazil, but back home 2UE listeners were in a spin over whether the game is called football or soccer. John Stanley & Garry Linnell argue themselves, soccer or football?

PM meets with President Obama

PM Tony Abbott meets with President Barack Obama War in Iraq: Tony Abbott has discussed military ties and democracy with the President of the United States. We may return into Iraq with the US with Obama saying he can always rely on Australia to help in difficult situations.

Jobs axed as post boss pockets $4.8m

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on post bosses $4.8m pay packet Video Editorial: 900 jobs to go & whispers of thousands more to come, but the boss of Australia Post is earning $4.8 million? John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal the staggering pay packet, & the future of Australia Post.

Power sell off: Premier stakes career

Premier Mike Baird with John Stanley & Garry Linnell Power & Polls: Premier Mike Baird tells John Stanley & Garry Linnell he's prepared to 'stake his career' on selling the state's poles and wires, to ensure we're provided with vital infrastructure over the coming years.

Wilson gave 'wad of notes' to Gillard

Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard Slush Fund? John Stanley & Garry Linnell look at the proceedings and whether former PM Julia Gillard will need to front the inquiry along with Opposition Leader Bill Shorten to answer issues raised over recent days.

$4.8m in pay to run Australia Post?

Australia Post boss pockets $4.8m as a pay packet? Top Paid Postie: Does the man in charge of Australia Post deserve his annual $4.8 million pay packet? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the cuts announced to staff, and they compare the pay rates of the PM & other posties.

John & Garry: Cult of The Beatles

John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the cult of The Beatles 2UE Video Editorial: The Beatles toured Sydney 50 years ago, and many reflect on an incredible band, but not all. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the cult of The Beatles, and why Garry just never got their music?

Beatles 50th anniversary of tour

The Beatles 50th anniversary tour of Australia Beatles 50th: The Beatles toured Australia 50 years ago this week to screaming fans and at the height of their popularity. John Stnaley & Garry Linnell reflect on the times with Malcom Cooke assistant manager of the tour.

Praise in US for PM Tony Abbott

Prime Minister Tony Abbott visited the 9/11 Memorial in New York Praise for PM Tony Abbott: Former Labor leader Kim Beazley has heaped praise on Prime Minister Tony Abbott as his term as Australia's key representative in the US is extended. Michael Pachi reports from New York.

Electricity sell off for infrastructure

Do you support the sell off of electricity polls & wires? Electricity Sell Off Support: Former Labor Treasurer Michael Costa has thrown his support behind the Premier's plan to sell off part of the state's electricity network, and is urging the opposition to do the same.

Concerns over balance of power MPs

The Palmer United Party will hold Senate balance of power Video Editorial: Quite a debate on incoming Senators that will hold the balance of power. John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the pivotal positions in the Senate for 6 years. Should we expect our MPs to understand politics?

Would a 6 hour work day be best?

Ageism in the workplace? How do we retain older workers? Working Smarter: As most of us head back to work following a long weekend and shortened working week, John Stanley & Garry Linnell look at a trial in Sweden. A 6 hour working day 9am to 3pm. Could it work here?

Workers perks drive up power bills

Justin Smith & Treasurer Mike Baird on power prices? Sell Off: Infrastructure groups say privatising the state's electricity network is our one chance to catch up with the rest of the country. The State Government is meeting to consider whether to sell off our poles and wires.

Glasgow outfits, do you like them?

John & Garry discuss our uniforms for Glasgow Games 2UE Video Editorial: John Stanley & Garry Linnell turn fashion gurus and critique our latest uniforms on offer for the Commonwealth Games. Are you impressed with outfits? Do they represent a modern country?

Sydney's most haunted places?

What are Sydney's most haunted places? Haunted Sydney: What are Sydney's most haunted places? John Stanley & Garry Linnell seek out someone who knows, Grant Osborn, author of Something Is Out There & producer of the Foxtel TV series Haunting Australia.

How to negotiate with Clive Palmer?

Clive Palmer - Federal member for Fairfax In The Balance: MPs are finding out just how difficult things will be having to negotiate to with maverick Clive Palmer. John Stanley & Garry Linnell with Senator Nick Xenophon on the complications that are ahead.

What do you think of our uniforms?

What do you think of the Commonwealth Games uniforms? Commonwealth Games: John Stanley & Garry Linnell turn fashion gurus and critique our latest uniforms on offer for the Commonwealth Games. The team is set for Glasgow, but what do you think of the uniforms they will wear.

Parents behave badly at kids sports?

John & Garry: Parents behave badly at kids sports? 2UE Video Editorial: Are parents now being more badly behaved at kids sports than ever? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on John Hopoate being investigated for allegedly abusing a referee at an under-10s Manly game.

Sydney traffic the worst in Australia?

Should trucks be banned from using Sydney tunnels? Road Congestion: No surprises that Sydney has the most congested roads in Australia, and their busiest day of the week is Wednesday. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveals the roads that are the worst, and in need of attention.

Doyles to go from Circular Quay?

Iconic Doyles at Circular Quay given notice to leave The Whisper: Has the iconic Doyles at Circular Quay been given a notice to vacate the premises? Kerry Stokes & Lachlan Murdoch dining at lunch together? A couple of the whispers with John Stanley & Garry Linnell.

The PM in political peril?

Who is the real new political puppet master? Puppet Master? The war of words over leadership rumblings reveals a new puppet master of politics. Is PM Abbott in political peril with the upcoming Senate? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on who is really in control politically.

Vote: Abbott or Turnbull for PM?

Who is your preferred PM Tony Abbott or Malcolm Turnbull? Liberal Infighting: Efforts to sell the budget are failing to deliver a boost in support for the Abbott government in the latest opinion poll. It comes as a war of words erupts & rumblings of leadership instability grow momentum.

Betty reunited with childhood book

Book returns to its owner via an online store in New York Favourite Book: An elderly woman has been reunited with her favourite childhood book, 66 years after she believed it was lost. John Stanley & Garry Linnell with Betty Fowkes on finding her book online in New York.

Lost bushwalkers to pay for rescues?

Should bushwalkers who get lost pay for their rescue? Rescue Efforts: Should bush walkers rescued from the Blue Mountains have to pay for their own rescue? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the costs of rescues mounting, and an increasing amount of bushwalkers unprepared.

Drug test for the unemployed?

Are dole recipients trying to Drug Tests: Should the unemployed be drug tested to receive unemployment benefits? John Stanley & Garry Linnell on the idea being put forward by some MPs as a way to show the unemployed are job ready and not bludging?

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The Whisper: Mosman Theme Park?

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The Spin: sifting through the news

John Stanley & Garry Linnell with spin doctor Sue Cato Our regular spinner Sue Cato calls in to 2UE with her top spins of the week: The perils of Twitter and celebrities using the F-bomb. John Stanley & Garry Linnell reveal what you've been spun in the news haedlines this week.

Penalty rates stifle youth jobs?

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Kevin's Russian peace mission?

Kevin Rudd is on a one-man peace mission to Russia What's Kevin Rudd up to? John Stanley & Garry Linnell have managed to keep a straight face revealing the report Kevin is on a one-man peace mission to Russia to speak with President Putin over the Crimea.