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So much for the Baird government’s rules on not accepting donations from developers (‘brown paper bag donations’) to help support their election funding when the Queensland LNP is accepting donations from NSW developers.

In turn, they are transferring these funds ($800,000) under the pretence that the donations given to the Baird government are a donation from the Queensland National Party.

But they have now been caught out with evidence published by the Daily Telegraph proving that the money came from other sources (developers).

Charles John Lincoln, Gulmarrad, NSW


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