Australian election 2022: Morrison concedes defeat to Labor’s Anthony Albanese

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Anthony Albanese, Australia’s opposition leader, has claimed victory in the country’s national elections.

“The Australian people have voted for change. I am humbled by this victory,” he told cheering supporters in Sydney, after Scott Morrison, the incumbent prime minister, conceded defeat.

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