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    ‘Ms Holgate has not had any proper notification that she has been stood down from her role, nor has she been informed as to why she should be stood down,’ the statement from Bryan Belling, partner at employment law firm Kingston Reid says, as reported by Sydney Morning Herald.

    ‘Legally, in my opinion there are no grounds for Ms Holgate to be stood down, and “optics” not a legally-valid defence.’

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