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Richard Allsop

Richard Allsop is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs. He was Chief of Staff to the two Transport Ministers in the Kennett Government and has had a range of other roles in federal and state politics, as well as private sector experience. He has a Masters in History from Monash University and is currently undertaking his PhD. Richard has written on Australian political history for various publications and has also worked on the Nine Network's election night coverage of federal and state elections since 1993.

Author's website: Institute of Public Affairs

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Society - 2/05/2012 - 6 comments
Australia not as deserving of presents as it was at past Christmases
December 2011 Feature - 16/12/2011 - 3 comments
O'Farrell has to get on board with trains
March 2011 Feature - 25/03/2011 - 3 comments
Not another transport plan
Nation Building - 1/03/2010 - 4 comments
Stop picking on the pokies
Law & Liberties - 2/12/2009 - 9 comments
A tale of two different rail cities
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Local councils become instrument of nanny state
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