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Mark McGowan is unhappy about the leak. Photo: Attila Csaszar

McGowan wants Labor leaks to stop

Premier Mark McGowan says he is disappointed internal documents have been leaked to the opposition following the state budget last week. 

The first leak was a six-page document marked for ‘internal use only’ about ‘contentious issues’ regarding the state budget, and directing Labor MPs how to answer questions.

The Liberal opposition was also sent a document advising Labor MPs about the progress of issues, including a dispute with the WA Police Union and negotiations regarding Perth Stadium.

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