In yesterday’s Parliamentary Question time, the Opposition Leader censured the Prime Minister for “his refusal to tell the House and the Australian people how much taxpayers’ money has been spent on the ‘climate clever’ campaign and his cunning answers to questions asked in this House in order to avoid accountability to the Australian people.” Kevin Rudd spoke quite forcefully and passionately on the subject, but let’s cut to the chase. Here’s what he said in 50 words:

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