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Islamic State families repatriated to Sydney as mayors reveal plans to confront Anthony Albanese


Three furious Sydney mayors have abandoned their threat to spend thousands to confront Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at a fancy Labor gala dinner after a federal minister listened to their concerns about Islamic State brides.

Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil met the trio, who represent areas in western Sydney, last Friday, heading off the potentially awkward interaction during a grand anniversary celebration fundraiser for the ALP on Friday. 

Fairfield Mayor Frank Carbone insisted he and his neighbouring mayors would have forked out the necessary cash to attend Friday’s $1500-a-table ‘It’s Time’ fundraising dinner if Friday’s meeting in western Sydney had not gone ahead. 

‘We said we would buy the tickets to speak with the prime minister just so our community voice can be heard,’ Cr Carbone said.

‘We would pay that price because that’s what is required.’

‘We don’t think it should have been required because we think that people should be able to have a discussion with three mayors…



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