Bill Shorten says he doesn’t dream of being Labor leader again | Insiders

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As NSW’s outbreak worsened this week, other states and the Prime Minister knocked back their request for the diversion of Pfizer vaccine to outbreak areas. David Speers interviews Shadow NDIS and Government Services Minister Bill Shorten about whether this was the right call, the trigger for opening the borders and asks if he still has leadership ambitions in the Labor party.

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