Dryblower on the takeover which is becoming a political and legal football

POLITICS and business never mix well, especially in Western Australia where an attempt to combine the two in the 1980s led to a train wreck of humungous proportions much to the amusement of Dryblower and other casual observers.

Dryblower on the takeover which is becoming a political and legal football Dryblower on the takeover which is becoming a political and legal football Dryblower on the takeover which is becoming a political and legal football Dryblower on the takeover which is becoming a political and legal football Dryblower on the takeover which is becoming a political and legal football

We're a long way short of anything like what happened back then, but a whiff of the good-old days was wafting around Perth last week when a trio of very rich mine owners bumped into what might be a

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