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Malcolm Turnbull

Biography

After serving in the Australian Parliament as both Innovator from the Liberal Party and Innovator from the Opposition, aswell as the Australian Minister for Marketing communications, he became the country’s 29th Primary Minister in 2015. He went to both the University or college of Sydney and Brasenose University, University or college of Oxford. Upon his 1980 graduation from your latter college, he came back to Australia and worked well as a lawyer. He published many politically-themed nonfiction functions, including Fighting with each other for the Republic: the best Insider’s Account as well as the Spycatcher Trial. His relationship to business professional Lucy Hughes Turnbull led to children called Daisy and Alex. In 2013, he and Australian Primary Minister Tony Abbott jointly resolved the Australian general public with programs for a fresh Country wide Broadband Network.

Quick Facts


Full Name Malcolm Turnbull
Date Of Birth October 24, 1954
Place Of Birth Sydney, Australia
Height 1.78 m
Profession Politician
Education Brasenose College, Oxford, University of Sydney, Sydney Law School, Sydney Grammar School, Vaucluse Public School
Nationality Australian
Spouse Lucy Turnbull
Children Daisy Turnbull, Alex Turnbull
Parents Coral Lansbury, Bruce Bligh Turnbull
Star Sign Scorpio

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#Fact
1 Turnbull and his wife Lucy became grandparents in September 2013, when their daughter Daisy gave birth to a boy named Jack Alexander Turnbull-Brown.
2 The use of Bligh as a male middle name is a tradition in the Turnbull family. It is Turnbull's middle name as well as that of his son. One of Turnbull's ancestors was colonist John Turnbull, who named his youngest son William Bligh Turnbull in honour of deposed Governor William Bligh at the time of the Rum Rebellion.
3 With a net-worth of $186 million, Turnbull is the wealthiest Prime Minister in Australian history.
4 Prime Minister of Australia (14 September 2015 - present).
5 He served as the federal Minister for Environment and Water Resources from 23 January 2007 to 3 December 2007.
6 Turnbull has represented the Division of Wentworth in Sydney's eastern suburbs since his election in October 2004.
7 Parliamentary leader of the Liberal Party of Australia from 16 September 2008 to 1 December 2009. 14 September 2015 to present.


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Weekend Sunrise 2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister
Sunrise 2015-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself / Himself - Liberal Leader
Today 2015-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself / Himself - Prime Minister of Australia
A Current Affair 1991-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
Lateline 2007-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself - Opposition Leader / Himself - Communications Minister / ...
The 7.30 Report 2012-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself / Himself - Communications Minister / ...
The House 2017 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself - Prime Minister, Liberal NSW
The Morning Show 2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister
The Bolt Report 2015-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself / Himself - Communications Minister
Australian Story 2014-2017 TV Series documentary Himself
Paul Murray Live 2015-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister
Insiders 2004-2017 TV Series Himself - Leader of the Opposition / Himself - Shadow Treasurer / Himself / ...
The Drum 2016-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself
National Press Luncheon Club 2016-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister of Australia
Viewpoint 2013-2016 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself
Howard on Menzies: Building Modern Australia 2016 TV Series documentary Himself
CNN Newsroom 2016 TV Series Himself
Kitchen Cabinet 2013-2016 TV Series Himself
Australia: The Story of Us 2015 TV Series documentary Himself
Meet the Press 2013 TV Series Himself - Minister for Communications
Q&A 2008-2013 TV Series Himself - Panelist / Himself - Panellist, Shadow Minister for Communications / Himself - Panellist, Shadow Minister for Telecommunications / ...
The 7PM Project 2011 TV Series Himself - Founding Member and Former Chairman, Australian Republican Movement
Hadley! 2010 TV Series Himself - Federal Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband
Capital Hill 2010 TV Series Himself
Four Corners 2009 TV Series Himself
The Chaser's War on Everything 2009 TV Series Himself
Australia Votes 2007 2007 TV Movie Himself
Assignment Special: The Republic of Oz 1993 TV Movie documentary Himself
World Series Debating 1993 TV Series Himself

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Heads Up 2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
The Bolt Report 2011-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister / Himself - Shadow Communications Minister
Paul Murray Live 2010-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
Insiders 2005-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
Outsiders 2017 TV Series Himself
Today 2015-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
Jones & Co 2016-2017 TV Series Himself
Sunrise 2010-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
Lateline 2007-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister / Himself - Communications Minister / ...
So There's No Consequences? 2017 Video short Himself (uncredited)
Weekend Sunrise 2015-2017 TV Series Himself
A Current Affair 2016-2017 TV Series Himself - Prime Minister / Himself
The 7.30 Report 2004-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister / Himself - Environment Minister / ...
The Drum 2010-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
Good Morning Britain 2017 TV Series Himself - Australian Prime Minister
Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell 2013-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Communications Minister / Himself - Prime Minister / ...
Weekend Today 2014-2017 TV Series Himself
The 7PM Project 2013-2017 TV Series Himself
BBC Weekend News 2017 TV Series Himself - Australian Prime MInister
The Morning Show 2017 TV Series Himself
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering 2015-2017 TV Series Himself / Himself - Prime Minister
The Project 2017 TV Series Himself
Viewpoint 2015-2016 TV Series Himself
Four Corners 2016 TV Series Himself
60 Minutes 2016 TV Series Himself
Chasing Asylum 2016 Documentary Himself, Prime Minister of Australia
The Chaser's Media Circus 2015 TV Series Himself
The Roast 2014 TV Series Himself
Studio 10 2014 TV Series Himself
Meet the Press 2005-2013 TV Series Himself
Australia Votes 2010 2010 TV Movie Himself
Sunday 2005 TV Series Himself

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1 The proliferation of outlets that digital technology has enabled has itself contributed to the changing nature of what we regard as 'news' and the way in which many citizens perceive politics.
2 We need to recognise that the whole edifice of our fifth estate, of our journalism, has been built on a foundation of newspaper journalism and that that foundation is crumbling. The management of the media companies will deny that the end is nigh. I hope they are right.
3 We are already experiencing the symptoms of climate change, especially with a hotter and drier climate in southern Australia - the rush to construct desalination plants is an expensive testament to that.
4 Study after study has demonstrated that people are better off financially, healthier, happier if they are married, and indeed, I repeat, if they are formally married as opposed to simply living together.
5 I will go to the next election saying to Australians, vote for me, vote for the Liberal Party, and I will become your PM. So I'm offering myself as the alternative PM - that's one way people describe the Leader of the Opposition - but I'm not in politics for myself to realise a personal ambition.
6 It is our job above all in politics to tackle the big issues and to explain them, and have the honesty to say to people, 'There are no easy solutions here.'
7 I am an ambitious person, but I am not ambitious in the sense that I want jobs only for the sake of them... I am here to do things I think are worthwhile. I am always careful that the political positions I take are consistent with good policy. I would not want to be prime minister of Australia at any price.
8 So the proposition that the ideal parents for any child are its biological parents is a statement with which we can all agree in the generality, but which does not apply, for one reason or another, in many particular circumstances.
9 Broadcasters or politicians or writers who think that they are respecting Struggle Street, the battlers, by dumbing things down into one-line sound bites are not respecting them, they are treating them with contempt. It's our job above all in politics to tackle the big issues and to explain them.
10 But who knows, some years from now if there's a global emissions trading scheme agreement, as many have hoped for, then I'm sure Australia would be part of it.
11 I do not believe we can effectively move Australia to a lower emission economy, which is what we need to do if we're going to make a contribution to a global reduction in greenhouse gases, without putting a price on carbon.
12 I try to talk about policy issues intelligently, I try very hard to avoid thought bubbles. I make sure my speeches are well researched and footnoted. I make sure I am not talking through my hat.
13 It is our job, as members of parliament, to legislate with an eye to the long term future, to look over the horizon beyond the next election and ensure that as far as we can what we do today will make Australia a better place, a safer place, for future generations to live in.
14 On balance, after weighing the arguments, I believe that the time has come for Australia to create a new sovereign wealth fund.
15 There is a tendency to try to dumb everything down and turn everything into a one-paragraph press release or even less, just a slogan.
16 Mitt Romney speaking to a $50,000-a-plate Republican fundraiser says he doesn't have to worry about the 47 per cent of Americans who don't pay tax. He was not counting on the smart phone recording his speech and then posting it on YouTube.
17 All Australians understand that high-quality, reliable and affordable broadband is a critical part of the infrastructure our nation needs to prosper in coming years.
18 Are not the gays who seek the right to marry, to formalise their commitment to each other, holding up a mirror to heterosexuals who are marrying less frequently and divorcing more often?
19 Greece is an extreme case: a country where both the level of spending and the level of taxation were unsustainable!
20 Newspapers are busily experimenting with different models. Traditionally, and I suspect in hindsight very mistakenly, online news was free. And once given free access readers felt it was their entitlement.
21 What you've got to do is recognise that you don't control everything for a start, you've got to play the cards you're dealt, the hand of cards you're dealt, as best you can, and that's what I always seek to do.
22 China and India will take the global leadership on climate change: they are suffering for it.
23 It's really corny to say, but if you are happily married and have good kids, that is about 98 per cent of what you should be seeking to achieve.
24 If consulted by friends about marital dramas, I always encourage the singles to marry, the married to stick together, the neglectful and wayward to renew their loving commitment and the wronged to forgive.
25 My commitment to the Republican movement was pure and simply patriotism, a love of Australia... a desire or passion that all of our national symbols should be unequivocally and unambiguously Australian.
26 Do the bishops seriously imagine that legalising gay marriage will result in thousands of parties to heterosexual marriages suddenly deciding to get divorced so they can marry a person of the same sex?
27 Gone are the days when your indiscretions at university were recorded in a roneoed college newsletter of which there is only one copy left tucked in a filing cabinet at the back of a library. Today that same college newsletter is online, accessible by the whole world now and forever.
28 I love radio - its immediacy and especially its intimacy... it is part of your life, whispering into your ear. You can't see it, but equally importantly it can't see you.
29 The question of whether or to what extent human activities are causing global warming is not a matter of ideology, let alone of belief. The issue is simply one of risk management.
30 It's not a 24-hour news cycle, it's a 60-second news cycle now, it's instantaneous. It has never been easier to get away with telling lies. It has never been easier to get away with the glib one liner.
31 If Margaret Thatcher took climate change seriously and believed that we should take action to reduce global greenhouse emissions, then taking action and supporting and accepting the science can hardly be the mark of incipient Bolshevism.
32 In economics, one of the most important concepts is 'opportunity cost' - the idea that once you spend your money on something, you can't spend it again on something else.
33 The way to lose weight is to eat less, so I ate a lot less for a month and lost a lot of weight pretty quickly.
34 Those who condemn gay marriage, yet are silent or indifferent to the breakdown of marriage and divorce, are, in my view, missing the real issue.
35 Climate change is a global problem. The planet is warming because of the growing level of greenhouse gas emissions from human activity. If this trend continues, truly catastrophic consequences are likely to ensue from rising sea levels, to reduced water availability, to more heat waves and fires.
36 Look at countries like China, they are determined to dominate all clean technology areas, putting lots of money into wind, solar, electric vehicles and battery storage. America's political impotence, caused by their terrible partisanship, will see them left behind.
37 To the former child migrants, who came to Australia from a home far away, led to believe this land would be a new beginning, when only to find it was not a beginning, but an end, an end of innocence - we apologise and we are sorry. To the mothers who lost the maternal right to love and care for their child - we apologise, and we are sorry.
38 Let us be honest with each other. The threat to marriage is not the gays. It is a lack of loving commitment - whether it is found in the form of neglect, indifference, cruelty or adultery, to name just a few manifestations of the loveless desert in which too many marriages come to grief.
39 Governments enjoying surpluses have a very strong temptation to splash money around, and while tax cuts are always appealing, cutting taxes at the top of a boom runs the real risk of creating a structural deficit when the boom subsides.
40 The only reason to be in politics is public service. There's no other reason. Frankly, if that's the best job you can get in terms of money, that's too bad, you know. Because frankly, it's not well paid, everyone knows that. So for most people it's a big sacrifice.
41 The most effective check and balance on government has been an independent press which maintains its credibility by ensuring that its criticism is balanced and based on fact - based indeed on solid journalistic work.
42 Anyone who thinks it's smart to cut immigration is sentencing Australia to poverty.
43 When politicians offer you something for nothing, or something that sounds too good to be true, it's always worth taking a careful second look.


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