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Shorten calls for 'open minds' on Uluru statement as PM urges caution

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten vows not to shy away from the “big questions” to come out of a statement released by Indigenous leaders calling for representative body be enshrined in Australia’s founding document, as the PM warns making constitutional change could be “very difficult”.

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