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Former political staffer Brittany Higgins (left) leaves the Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices after meeting with the Leader of the Federal Opposition Anthony Albanese in Sydney. Photo: AAP/Dean Lewins)
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Higgins pushes leaders for change to toxic culture

The former Liberal staffer who went public with her alleged rape in a Parliament House office says she had a constructive meeting with Labor leader Anthony Albanese about reforming the toxic workplace culture faced by political advisers.