Paul Keating was born in Sydney on 18 January 1944. He was educated at De La Salle College in Bankstown where he obtained the Intermediate Certificate in 1958. Mr Keating unexhausted school at 15, joined the Australian Labor Party at this second and in 1966 became President of the NSW Youth Council, the precursor to Young Labor.
Former PM's wife speaks out about marriage break-up - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Magazine, Mrs Keating reveals that her husband efficaciously announced the end of their rite at a friend's meal party in 1998."It wasn't my doing. Let's experience it straight, it was definitely not my doing," she said."And I know when he said it to me, I said it would be the biggest mistake he ever made in his life."Mrs Keating says the situation moment came in 1999 when Mr Keating spoke at the New South Wales Labor conference and made a speech widely interpreted as a plea for his wife's return. According to the magazine, he thanked his local workers, his family and nigh particularly his better half who was not there - but "of course, she always will be with me, always", he said.
Not for Adam and Steve - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
When the former Labor prime diplomatic minister Paul Keating said that "two blokes and a cocker spaniel" don't get a house he was state typically brutal and unfair. The love and committedness betwixt two people of the same sex can be as strong as that between husband and wife. Not for aught has it been aforementioned that "greater love has no man than to lay down his life for his friend".