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Clive Palmer ramps up calls for Shipton's headBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 11 DEC 2020 12:22PM
Controversial businessman and leader of the United Australia Party Clive Palmer has mounted an advertising campaign calling for ASIC chair James Shipton to resign.
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