'Claytons Minister'. 'Clayton Cosgrove, Minister of Immigration'. 16 May, 2008
Reference Number: DCDL-0006512
Shows a reporter from the press walking away from thwe office of Clayton Cosgrove, Minister of Immigration, looking annoyed. The door of the minister's office has had his surname 'Cosgrove' and the word 'Immigration' crossed out and an 's' added to 'Clayton' so that it now reads 'Clayton's Minister'.Hanging from the door handle is a notice saying 'Not available for interviews'. Refers to the revelations of corruption in the office of immigration which is head by Mary Anne Thompson. The word 'Claytons' refers to something essentially the same but going by a different name, in this case a 'Clayton's minister' is a minister who is not a minister (because he is absent)
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Digital images, related to Hon Clayton James Cosgrove, Thompson, Mary Anne, 195?-, Immigration Service, Fraud, Cabinet ministers, Civil service and Vocational qualifications.
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