When it comes to the leadership of the federal parliamentary Liberal Party, Peter Costello remains all aspiration, no application:
Mr Costello is considering whether to remain in politics as a backbencher until Dr Nelson is deposed, then lead the Liberal Party to the next election with Malcolm Turnbull as his treasurer.
posted on 13 January 2008 by skirchner in Politics
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