Barnett tilts at Liberal leadership

COLIN Barnett has raised his hand for another tilt at the Liberal Party leadership but first has to find an electorate, after Deidre Willmott said she wanted to continue as the endorsed candidate for his seat of Cottesloe. At the time of writing, Mr Barnett was expected to take the leadership reins following a state Liberal Party meeting to replace Troy Buswell, who resigned on Monday. Ms Willmott, former policy director for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA, told WA Business News she intended to continue as the endorsed Liberal Party candidate for Cottesloe.


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