Contradictions fly as Mrs Fluffy gears up to run for Labor

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THE “Canberra Times” has the bombshell news that the convenor of the Fluffy Owners and Residents’ Action Group, Brianna Heseltine, has joined the Labor Party and is trailing her coat for a run at the Legislative Assembly or possibly for Kate Lundy’s Senate seat.

Apparently she had announced her ambitions to friends on Facebook on 30 July.

That makes the below audio of Brianna on 17 August talking to “CityNews” Sunday Roast panel on Radio 2CC (Sunday mornings 10am-12) particularly intriguing where she appears undecided.

In her full statement to the Canberra Times Brianna expresses a hope that these matters not be publicly discussed.

During these times of deep uncertainty and strain, I ask for privacy about any possible future plans in politics which may or may not materialise depending on my own decisions, and party processes.

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