Anthony Albanese says that his non Anglo-Celtic name reflects modern Australia 

Anthony Albanese said he reflected modern Australia after being asked for his thoughts on potentially being the first Australian PM with an Italian name.

The Opposition leader appeared in Gladstone to visit an oil refinery where he announced Labor’s plans to construct an Australian battery manufacturing industry.

A reporter referred to ex-PM Paul Keating’s 1996 comment that: ‘When you change the government, you change the country’.

‘You will be the first Italian Australian to win and Ed Husic…

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