Malcolm Bligh Turnbull is a retired Australian politician who was the 29th Prime Minister of Australia from 2015 to 2018. He served twice as Leader of the Liberal Party, from 2008 to 2009 when he was Leader of the Opposition, and from 2015 to 2018 when he was Prime Minister. He was the MP for Wentworth in the House of Representatives from 2004 to 2018. Turnbull graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws, before attending Brasenose College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, earning a Bachelor of Civil Law. For over two decades prior to entering politics, he worked as a journalist, lawyer, merchant banker, and venture capitalist. He served as Chair of the Australian Republican Movement from 1993 to 2000, and was one of the leaders of the unsuccessful "Yes" campaign in the 1999 republic referendum.
|Born:||Malcolm Bligh Turnbull, October 24, 1954, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Other political affiliations:||Coalition|
|Parents:||Bruce Turnbull, Coral Lansbury|
|Education:||Vaucluse Public School, Sydney Grammar St Ives Preparatory School, Sydney Grammar School|
|Alma mater:||Sydney Law School, Brasenose College, Oxford|
|Profession:||Barrister, Businessman, Politician|
|Deputy:||Warren Truss, Barnaby Joyce, Michael McCormack|
|Preceded by:||Tony Abbott|
|Succeeded by:||Scott Morrison|
|Twitter:||Malcolm Turnbull's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Malcolm Turnbull's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Malcolm Turnbull's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Malcolm Turnbull's Youtube channel|
About Malcolm Turnbull
After serving in the Australian Parliament as both Leader of the Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, as well as the Australian Minister for Communications, he became the country's 29th Prime Minister in 2015.
He attended both the University of Sydney and Brasenose College, University of Oxford. Upon his 1980 graduation from the latter school, he returned to Australia and worked as an attorney.
He published several politically-themed nonfiction works, including Fighting for the Republic: the Ultimate Insider's Account and The Spycatcher Trial.
His marriage to business executive Lucy Hughes Turnbull resulted in children named Daisy and Alex.
In 2013, he and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott jointly addressed the Australian public with plans for a new National Broadband Network.
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- Members of the Australian House of Representatives for Wentworth
- Leaders of the Liberal Party of Australia
- Republic Advisory Committee
- Australian investment bankers
- Prime Ministers of Australia
- Australian Leaders of the Opposition
- Former Presbyterians
- Lawyers from Sydney
- Abbott Government
- Venture capitalists
- Turnbull Government
- Politicians from Sydney
- Government ministers of Australia
- Australian republicans
- Sydney Law School alumni
- People educated at Sydney Grammar School
- Australian Rhodes Scholars
- Converts to Roman Catholicism from atheism or agnosticism
- Goldman Sachs people
- Australian barristers
- Australian Roman Catholics
- Members of the Cabinet of Australia
- Liberal Party of Australia members of the Parliament of Australia
- Recipients of the Centenary Medal
- Alumni of Brasenose College, Oxford