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Willmott steps aside for Barnett

Liberal member Deidre Willmott has announced she will step aside as the endorsed candidate for the seat of Cottesloe as new leader Colin Barnet indicated he will revisit plans for a water canal from the Kimberley to Perth.

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Glad to hear that the Liberals have installed Colin Barnett as leader. I haven\'t always agreed with him, but he\'s certainly always had the MANA to be taken seriously as leader, not like his predecessor. Hopefully, this time around, Barnett will bury the canal fantasy, not the canal itself. While they\'re technically feasible, the Appleyard study showed that all the \'WATER FROM THE KIMBERLEY\' solutions would cost > $10 billion and/or would cost > 5x desalination when operating costs were thrown in!

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