The problem with the Australian practice of abortion is that an objectively grave matter has been reduced to a question of the motherís convenience.
- Tony Abbott
Author: Tony Abbott Born as: Anthony John Abbott Other Names: b. 04 November 1957
Occupation: Leader of the Opposition in the Australian House of Representatives -
Federal Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia Works: Selected Works:
Battlelines. Carlton Victoria Australia - 2009
How to Win the Constitutional War: and give both sides what they want - 1997
The Minimal Monarchy: and why it still makes sense for Australia - 1995. Family Ties: Spouse Margaret Aitken, three daughters. Landmarks: Bachelor of Economics - Sydney University
Bachelor of Law - Sydney University
Master of Arts - Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University
Journalist - The Catholic Weekly and National
Journalist - The Bulletin
Journalist - The Australian
Supporter of the constitutional monarchy in Australia.
Studied at a seminary, St. Patrick's Seminary at Manly, in theology, to prepare for ordination as clergy. Notes: As Opposition spokesman on Indigenous Affairs, Abbott spent weeks teaching in a remote Aboriginal settlements in Cape York in 2008 and 2009, organised through prominent indigenous leader Noel Pearson. He taught remedial reading to Aboriginal children; worked with an income management group, helping families manage their welfare payments; and visited children who had not been attending school - with a goal 'to familiarise himself with indigenous issues'. Source: Address to the Adelaide University Democratic Club - 17 March 2004. Submitted By: Unknown