How to deal with an exclusive story about an Australian politician?

A social exclusion story involving an Australian political figure has sparked a furious backlash, with the online community outraged at the way the story was handled.

The article, titled ‘Meet the ‘Australian’ who’s been banned from the country’, features an Australian man in his 50s, who is described as “an outsider and an outsider’s friend” by the article’s author.

The piece also includes a photograph of the man’s face.

The story was first published on social media on Friday, January 13.

The writer, who asked not to be named, said that he was initially sceptical of the article.

“It’s quite interesting how this story was published, with an Australian guy in his early 50s being banned from Australia,” he told Al Jazeera.

“The problem is the article is so obviously sourced that it doesn’t seem to be factual.

The Australian is not an Australian.

He is not even Australian.”

The article was first posted on Facebook and subsequently republished on several other sites.

It has since received more than 20,000 likes and has been shared more than 10,000 times.

The editor, who works for a news website called ABC News Australia, has defended the article in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

“I am not the person in charge of editing the article, I don’t have the power to edit the article,” he said.

“There are many people who have written similar articles about people in Australian politics, it’s the same people and the same story.

“It is just an interesting story and we thought it would be interesting to put it out there.” “

What we do know is that this is a story that we want to tell and this is not a story about Australia or any other country.”

“It is just an interesting story and we thought it would be interesting to put it out there.”

The editor said the article did not include any information that might have suggested that the Australian was banned from his home country.

“We have never seen a ban from an Australian country,” he added.

“This is an interesting one.”

“A number of Australian law enforcement agencies have been contacted by concerned members of the public who want to know why an Australian is being banned and the reasons.””

A number of Australian law enforcement agencies have been contacted by concerned members of the public who want to know why an Australian is being banned and the reasons.”