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Julie Bishop’s threat to Australian politicians as she promises to write a book about her political career once they’re all ‘over it’: ‘I intend to outlive them all’


Julie Bishop has vowed to write a book reflecting on her time as an Australian politician, posing a subtle threat to her former colleagues.

The former Liberal Party deputy leader and foreign secretary, 67, made the shocking revelation when he appeared on Channel Seven’s Sunrise on Thursday.

Speaking to TV co-hosts Natalie Barr and Matt Shirvington, the former politician said she did not believe she would be allowed to publish the telling memoir until all the people she worked with had died.

«I thought about it. And they actually reached out to me many times,” she said.

“But I kind of work on the theory that if I wrote a book and told the truth, some people might not be too happy about it and then maybe sue me for libel.

Julie Bishop (pictured) has promised to write a book reflecting on her time as an Australian politician

“So I’ll have to wait until they’re all gone, and I intend to outlive them all.

Shirvington and Barr were enthusiastic about the idea of ​​Ms Bishop’s career book, with Barr suggesting that she «must have a lot to say about politics».

«You have to (write a book) now,» Shirvington said, to which Ms Bishop replied: «Watch this space!»

«I have to survive them all to write the story I really want to write,» she added.

Ms Bishop retired from politics in 2019 after more than 20 years in that career.

The former Liberal Party deputy leader and foreign affairs minister made the shocking revelation when he appeared on Channel Seven's Sunrise on Thursday.

The former Liberal Party deputy leader and foreign affairs minister made the shocking revelation when he appeared on Channel Seven’s Sunrise on Thursday.

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Ms Bishop retired from politics in 2019 after more than 20 years in that career

Ms Bishop retired from politics in 2019 after more than 20 years in that career

She has always been hailed as a style icon and continues to showcase her elegant fashion sense as she recently appeared at Australian Fashion Week 2024.

She appeared on Carla Zampatti’s show on Monday night, followed by PE Nation on Tuesday and Michael Lo Sordo that evening.

Ms Bishop also has a new partner, Perth man Stephen Gray, with whom she made her debut in July 2023.

Although little is known about Stephen, his Facebook profile shows him proudly standing behind a cafe racer-style motorcycle, dressed in a black leather jacket.

The pair have been spotted in several happy snaps on Julia’s social media accounts since announcing their relationship and even recently jetted off to South Australia for a ‘wonderful outback adventure’.

Always described as a src icon, she continues to show off her elegant fashion sense as she recently appeared at Australian Fashion Week 2024. Pictured at the Carla Zampatti show on Monday

Always billed as a style icon, she continues to showcase her elegant fashion sense as she recently appeared at Australian Fashion Week 2024. Pictured at the Carla Zampatti show on Monday



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