Ted Baillieu

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Edward Norman "Ted" Baillieu MLA (born 31 July 1953) is an Australian politician. He is currently the Premier of Victoria and the member for the Legislative Assembly seat of Hawthorn. He has been the leader of the Victorian Division of the Liberal Party of Australia since May 2006 and Premier of Victoria since 2 December 2010 after the Liberal/Nationals Coalition defeated the Brumby-led Labor Party government with 45 seats to 43 in the Legislative Assembly.The Sydney Morning Herald Baillieu to recall Parliament to get policies moving fast (by Paul Austin, November 30, 2010) http://www.smh.com.au/national/baillieu-to-recall-parliament-to-get-policies-moving-fast-20101129-18e0v.htmlThe Australian Ted Baillieu To Resist PM Julia Gillard's Reforms (by Patricia Karvelas and Milanda Rout, November 30, 2010) http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/victorian-election-2010/ted-baillieu-to-resist-pm-julia-gillards-reforms/story-fn6wlyrv-1225962988491

Early life

Baillieu is the youngest son of Darren and Diana Baillieu. He is also the younger brother of solicitor Ian Baillieu, former ABC presenter Fiona Baillieu, author David Ballieu, former journalist and Portsea activist Kate Baillieu (the widow of state Liberal politician Julian Doyle) and Olympic oarsman and America's Cup yachtsman Will Baillieu.

Baillieu was raised in the Melbourne suburb of Toorak, educated at Melbourne Grammar School and the...
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