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Conservatism portal. Australia portal. Anthony John Abbott AC ( / ˈæbət /;  born 4 November 1957) is an Australian former politician who served as the 28th prime minister of Australia from 2013 to 2015. He held office as the leader of the Liberal Party of Australia.
Tony Abbott, in full Anthony John Abbott, (born November 4, 1957, London, England), Australian politician who served as a member of the Australian House of Representatives (1994–2019), leader of the Liberal Party of Australia (2009–15), and prime minister of Australia (2013–15).
Fri 22 Sep 2023 19.30 EDT Last modified on Fri 22 Sep 2023 23.31 EDT The endorsement of former Australian prime minister Tony Abbot for a position on Fox Corporation’s board by Lachlan Murdoch...
Former prime minister Tony Abbott has been nominated to join Fox Corporation's board of directors, a day after media mogul Rupert Murdoch announced his retirement. Key points: The nomination will be considered by shareholders at the media giant's annual meeting in November
Fox Corp., which announced Thursday that founder Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as chairman, nominated two new members to its board, including former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has claimed the Labor government’s proposed Indigenous voice to parliament would “institutionalise discrimination” in a speech to a conservative...
Abbott was elected as Member of Parliament for the seat of Warringah (NSW), in a by-election. 2010 to 2019 18 Sep 2013: 28th Prime Minister. Following victory in the 44th federal election on 7 September, the new Coalition government was sworn in, with Tony Abbott as Prime Minister. 18 Sep 2013: Operation Sovereign Borders