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With Australia set for a postal vote over the legalisation of gay marriage, a crowd of an estimated 30,000 people rallied at Sydney town hall before marching to Circular Quay in support of the ‘yes’ campaign. The rally began at Sydney town hall at 1pm, with crowds going around the block. Addressing the crowd, the Labor leader, Bill Shorten, said: “I’m sorry for all of the hurtful and stupid things which have been said and are going to be said until we win marriage equality … I’m sorry to all LBGTIQ Australians because we have one more mountain to climb but we will climb it together.”

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