What is Gladys Berejiklian’s future after being NSW premier and appearing at ICAC? | 7NEWS

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ICAC has confirmed that it’s unlikely to report back on Gladys Berejiklian until the middle of next year at the earliest. And while some experts say the former premier could have a lucrative future, others claim that the corruption hearing has left her reputation too badly damaged.

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