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‘This is not a barbeque’: a short history of neckties in the Australian parliament and at work

By Lorinda Cramer, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Australian Catholic University
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When Max Chandler-Mather rose to speak in question time, he was criticised for not wearing a tie. But Australian men have been going tie-less for decades.The Conversation

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