Malcolm Turnbull is a member of the House of Representatives and is currently Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband. He was elected as the Member for Wentworth in 2004 and was Leader of the Opposition in 2008 and 2009. Malcolm graduated from Sydney University with degrees in Arts and Law and later won a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford.
Malcolm worked as a journalist both in Australia and the UK before he began legal practice in 1980. He later had responsibility for the establishment and success of many Australian businesses. He is married to Lucy and they have two adult children.
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