She was alerted to the issue by a media outlet."Mr Anderson was asked to resign and he agreed to do so," Ms Hennessy said."These types of highly discriminatory comments don't meet community expectations and they certainly don't meet mine," Ms Hennessy said.Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said he was now distancing himself from the disgraced former Labor candidate, having met him on many different occasions. They are appalling, and the right thing to do was resign and that's exactly what he's done," Mr Andrews said.
Jane Booker [ Laura Hutton ], Joanna David [ Amy Lyddiard ], Anna Massey [ Honoria Lyddiard ], Judith Scott [ Sue Clapper ], John Shrapnel [ Max Jennings ], Una Stubbs [ Selina Jennings ], Robert Swann [ Gerald Hadleigh ], David Troughton [ Brian Clapper ], Annoushka Le Gallois [ Barbara Neale ], Marlene Sidaway [ Mrs Bundy ], Nancy Lodder [ Edie Carter ], Daniel Newman [ Tom Carter ], Marcus Rogers [ Denzel ], Zoot Lynam [ Collar ], Mark Bagnall [ Boreham ], John Bardon [ Mr Belgrove ], Jacqueline Morgan [ Miss Panter ], Timothy Bateson [ James Jocelyne ], Jay Barrymore [ Liam ], Murray Ewan [ Liam's father ], Paul Putner [ Policeman 2 ], David Maybrick [ Policeman 3 ], Brian Parr [ Mr Baker ], Bryan Burdon [ Barman ] PC Angel Gerald Hadleigh, the secretary of the writers circle in the quiet village of Midsomer Worthy, was never in favor of invitating the best-selling novelist Max Jennings to attend one of their meetings.It was on Allegro's recommendation in 1955 that the Copper Scroll was sent by the Jordanian government to Manchester University in order for it to be cut into sections, allowing the text to be read.He was present during the cutting process in 1956 and later made a preliminary transcription of the text, which he soon translated, sending copies of his work back to Gerald Lankester Harding in Jordan.The tweets attacked Liberal politicians' gender and sexuality, and made sexualised remarks about grammar boys.Victorian Health Minister Jill Hennessy said she intervened as soon as she learnt of the distasteful and offensive tweets.John O'Callaghan: While we don't have many surprises, I can promise that our fans can expect music — and a lot of it!