Brian Butler speaks to Prime Minister Julia Gillard …
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Brian Butler speaks to Prime Minister Julia Gillard in the Great Hall of Parliament House on the day of the Apology to forcibly removed and adopted children.
Advocating for the cessation of the Northern Territory Intervention, Ms Gillard responds favourably.
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